Saturday, February 7, 2009

"Green and Purple" --- Sold

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Sometimes, painting becomes wishful thinking. My last week was one of those times. I have to work overtime for my engineering job. My painting times got encroached. I finally got time to paint last night.

Green and purple are two wonderful colors I would like to use them more. They are kind of complementary, but they have similar color temperatures. Which one is cooler? Hmmm.... It depends.

7 comments:

Jala Pfaff said...

Lovely grapes, Qiang. Glad you're getting your painting time recouped.

My Blog said...

OMG! the grapes look so realistic, how do you do that without using watercolors?

Candace X. Moore said...

Your paintings are lovely, this is my first visit to your blog. I am a serious beginner, training full-time at an atelier. One of the most challenging aspects of painting or drawing for me is adding chaos to my composition, allowing the viewer to complete the image. You do this beautifully. I look forward to visiting your blog often. Please feel free to visit mine. You will see what I mean about lack of chaos. Regards.

Delilah said...

Great work

A.j. Trahan said...

really convincing grapes!
i went out with the plein air austin guys this past weekend
was a ton of fun.
do you still join them?
would love to do some plein with with you sometime.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

this is so beautiful! I feel I could eat those grapes!

Rhonda Hurwitz said...

I really love your work, and looking at this made me realize that I need to pay attention to my range of values more...
Great work