Wednesday, January 20, 2010

"In a Cool Spot" --- Sold

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Using temperature contrast to enhance the colors at the center of focus is an effective method to make the painting looks more colorful.

4 comments:

Deb said...

Thank you so much for sharing your artwork and your wisdom. It's a blessing.

Nora Mackin said...

You amaze me, this is so simple but beautiful.

jean-claude said...

Hi,the beauty come from simples things!
I notice that your backgroung were always created in the same way with a black triangle in the left conner which give more light in the objets.
i like the way you transcribe the light in your painting . I will learn a lot from you .
sory for my english I'm a french guy

PineStitch said...

cool/warm colors baffle me... to me, the apples are cool, the background quite warm, and the blue cloth neutral...is that the way you see them? i experimented with this pic & the one below on the computer, darkening the backgrounds, and the colors of the apples became much warmer to me!

i like the way the further back apple arises from the shadowy area - subtly dramatic . . .