Saturday, July 3, 2010

"Brass Cradle" --- Sold

This is my demo painting at the InSight Gallery last night. About two weeks ago, I got this lovely brass pot at Keene, New Hampshire from an Antique shop, and this is my first time painting it. Because I am doing this painting in front of public, I was a little concerned before I started. I didn’t know how it would turn out. Well, I was relaxed when I saw the result. I guess, I will paint this darned thing more in the future.

11 comments:

Anita Tresslar said...

Your hard work is paying off. I started viewing your site about a year ago and am impressed at the progress you have made. Your paintings are truly beautiful.
Anita

Martyn Chamberlin said...

I wish I could have been there Qiang. One of these days I need to watch you in person! How long was the workshop? As usual, a terrific job.

Kim Carlton said...

Wow, nice! I thought I'd try to make it over for your demo but I couldn't. It looks like you did okay without me though! :-)

Ann Rogers said...

Heard from a friend in Fredricksburg who attended your demo and she and her husband loved it, think they even wanted to buy your painting. And I can see why, it's another one of your "best of show" works!

melanie said...

Mr. Huang,
I have stumbled across your work on Daily Painters about a year ago and have been a fan ever since. I love your work. It has the feeling of Eastern spiritualism and I feel centered and awed when I view it. Thank you.

Hannah Merson said...

Couldn't agree more, your work is stunning and makes me want to get the paints out.

Jo Castillo said...

This is just beautiful. The bowl is a great addition to your still life equipment. :)

Clownbrella Umbrella said...

very nice :))

Carol Schiff Studio said...

All your paintings are wonderful, but for me, this one stands out like a beacon! I will be attending your Florida workshop in November and cannot wait. I hope you can work some of your magic with me!

Angela said...

Your paintings are always so vibriant and beautiful. This one is no different. Beautiful

Dusty Pines said...

not only did it turn out well - it's gorgeous! the darks, the glowing brass . . . wonderful!