Wednesday, October 7, 2009

"Blue and Gold" --- Sold

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This painting is rather simple. The main purpose I do this study is practicing color harmony. Believe it or not, I put lot cadmium orange into all colors I used for this painting, including the blue. The reason for that was I saw a lot of orange in my light. Does the painting look orange to you? Maybe not, but it definitely in orange harmony for sure.
Tomorrow, I will go to Duncan, Oklahoma to teach a workshop. I will share some of my demo paintings soon.

5 comments:

Dreama Tolle Perry said...

Your work is beautiful--love how well the gold rim reads on this little jewel.

As to the facebook, twitter, blog question--they can be all linked together--I have done it and I am a learn as you go gal. Now when I post to my blog it automatically updates it on twitter and facebook. I will try to take the time to retrace my steps on just how I did it and email you with the details this week-end. Happy Painting!

J Nocifora said...

Beaufiful! Really like the gold rim on the plate. What colors did you use for this?
BTW...I have a blog up now. Check it out when you have time...http://jnocifora.blogspot.com
All the best...your student from Rolling Fork...Judy

marco pedrana said...

it is positively vibrant, beautiful color balance and warmth.

fantastic blog by the way, i just recently stumbled here... congratulations on your awesome art!

Artsuccess said...

Your work seems to come alive. I love still life and your still life shines.

Artsuccess

Inna Lazarev said...

Wonderful!

I love your brashstroke! Despite being just 'traditional' still life, it gives you feeling of energy and movement!

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