Friday, June 19, 2009

Boundaries 6x6

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They're apricots, but if you want them to be oranges, that's fine, too. Like a one size fits all painting!

19 comments:

Bobbi Heath said...

Nice light touch on the glass! And I do see the fuzz on those apricots. The black and white makes a striking background.

Rob Hazzard said...

Beautiful colors, very rich apricots. I also like how you got the ellipse on the glass just right, challenging.

Edward Burton said...

Very beautiful, Mary. Wonderful job with the highlights on the glass.

rdl said...

love it! sweet!

Paintings by Patricia said...

Great glass, Mary and I knew they were apricots....

Dale Sherman Blodget said...

wonderful orpringots. Great use of color. I love the tiny dashes of blue green.

Paz said...

I love the colors.

Paz

Barbara Pask said...

Wonderful painting, oranges or apricots, lol. Love your description. As long as they buy the painting it can be whatever they want it to be, right? lol

Manon Doyle said...

Love the colors! Beautiful work as always!

Colin Page said...

Hi Mary,

Nice painting. The painting of the apricot, through glass is very well done. Also I wanted to thank you for your encouragement on my blog, and for all of the positive reviews of the workshop. You were a lot of fun, and I'm glad you were there. Thanks.

mike rooney studios said...

love the rim of the bowl and the sure strokes! nice mary!

Nancy B. Hartley said...

Beautiful painting. Apricots, or oranges, who cares! The glass, composition, fruit, and colors are all fabulous!

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

Mary, I love the wonderful brushstrokes you use. The light on the glass is perfect!

Linda said...

Glass is wonderful and so hard to achieve, The apricots made my mouth Water, Lindax

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

I love the glass... I don't care WHAT the fruit is! P.S. I'm working on the email thing.. Hotmail is sticking their fingers in their ears - a lot of people are having this problem I guess...

Roxanne Steed said...

wow- beautiful...great light (yes, perfect ellipse btw) & reflected color, edges, too. Deceptively simple (meaning you make a tough thing look easy), it's a beauty!

FCP said...

Love the glass and brushstrokes on the mystery fruit--this is a really nice piece!
Faye

Liza Hirst said...

Great work! Like the strong contrasts - a very clear and self assured painting!

loriann said...

Beautiful color choices and you did a masterful job painting the glass!

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