Saturday, March 31, 2012

"Demo at Putney 2012_2" -- Traded

The second demo I did was a high key one. It gave me a lot of color opportunity. I kept the pewter kettle in the back in a very unfinished stage in contrast to the details on the cup and apple. If it works, doing less is more powerful than doing more.

Now the workshop is over. I hope everybody have enjoyed Putney, and the beautiful Vermont.

4 comments:

Amit Kapoor said...

Lovely bold work. Beautiful...

dorothy byers lorenze said...

What a wonderful workshop! It was so great to meet you and I loved seeing your beautiful paintings come to life!
Thank you for sharing your insights and expertise!

Kathy Cousart said...

Love this- really wonderful brushwork and yes, it works to keep the pewter kettle so loose and the details on the other! Ah-mazing!!

Susie Morrell said...

I thoroughly enjoyed your workshop! Your generosity in sharing so much knowledge has helped me in so many ways. It was a thrill watching this painting come to life. of the many things I learned, one most important is that if the values are not correct, the painting won't have life. I will continue to paint my white cream pitcher until I get it right!