Thursday, February 18, 2010

"Tangerine Ensemble" --- Sold

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I interrupted my research on white colors and come back to my usual way of painting for my today's post. The R&D will keep going, and I will keep you posted. In about an hour, I will be on my way to Phoenix AZ for my 2nd workshop teaching this year. I will let you know how it goes in my next post. See ya.

9 comments:

Linda said...

Love the reflections in the jar and the shadow from the peel that begins on top of the cloth then continues down the side. Nice composition, too.

Lucky students to have you as their workshop teacher!

Mary Brewster said...

This piece really holds my attention. I like all the action in the oranges that moves up along the rim of light, and stops my eye at the flash of light at the top. The picture is filled with energy and excitement!

Michael Naples said...

I love the new low angle of this. I also love how you soften edges to make colors bleed into one another. Very nice!

Dusty Pines said...

wow! the glow on this one is amazing! beautiful!!

have a good trip & fun workshop!

becky joy said...

Love the glow in this one. Good to see you in Scottsdale. Hope you enjoyed your trip.

Sandeep Khedkar said...

This is fabulous!!! Love every single inch of it!

silentwitness said...

Amazing painting, Qiang! Wish I had access to the computer for the past week as I would have been bidding (visiting parents out of state)! Enjoy your next workshop.

LydiRae said...

That orange color is just bursting with life, great job!

Andy said...

Hi Qiang,

I'm not sure if you've realized yet but the new image viewer that's been put on all blogspot blogs has broken your old articles. When I click on this pic, nothing loads. Other pics load in all sorts of different ways.