Thursday, March 12, 2009

"What to Cook?" --- Sold

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The time is gone like a flash, but I have not decided what to paint. One of those days happens more often and becomes one of these days. If you have been painting for a while, you know what I am talking about. Sorry today, I don't sound very inspiring to you.

With this painting I am experimenting using dominant red background, which I don't do very often. It was difficult, but I did make it. I am also testing a new canvas I haven't used before. Several hours later I will be on my way to Magnolia TX. I will teach a workshop there. I will keep you posted. Got to run. See ya. Oh! You take it easy. Don't be rush like me.


Ernest said...

wow this is really nice. I desperately want to learn to see color and shapes like you.

Ann Switzer said...

Very nice. I love the red.

Yuri Wolkovich said...

Your blog is something!
Thank you for sharing.

Jane Hunt said...

Hi Qiang-Huang,
I've been following your blog and think it's just fantastic - beautiful work and interesting commentary. I have awarded you the "Fabulous Blog Award" which you can pick up at my March 12 post (with follow up and link to you on March 13) at
Thanks for sharing your inspiring work with the world!

Jala Pfaff said... always. Take a deep breath before you run off to the next workshop!

Amy Stewart said...

I love that onion!

Dean Grey said...

I never would've thought the background competing with the main subject could work and yet here it does!

The red only dominates in the lower right of the painting leaving the green of the bowl to still shine as well.

Just lovely! I'm going to give this a try with one of my paintings.


Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Inspiring, as always.
I love reading your blog, Qiang.