Sunday, January 25, 2015



The eggs I usually buy are brown. Not that they aren't pretty, but I decided to buy myself a carton of white eggs just for painting. Here's the first one. My goal with this one was to see how few strokes I could paint the eggs with and still have them read as eggs. It was harder than it looks I think. You can expect more egg paintings.


Sue Marrazzo Fine Art said...

The light colors are the BOMB!

Autumn said...

That's funny....I was buying brown eggs for a change to paint this fall! They look great!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Yesterday I did what I call a 'copy Carol' of orange slices based on the painting at the beginning of your book as a means to working the 'vulnerable' lesson.
White eggs are next :D


Fay Terry said...

Great painting, Carol. I love the way you did the eggs so successfully with a small number of strokes. Great colors, too. The fork makes it perfect.

Anonymous said...

I've been painting white eggs too! Mine are in watercolor, but they're hard in any medium. It's difficult to show the form and also show that they're white.

Chantel said...

This is wonderful!