Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Copper Caddy

One day I wandered into TJ Maxx and found 3 copper pitchers which I knew I didn't need but had to have. Props, of course. This one's been sitting here for weeks holding watercolor brushes and a palette knife and I thought it was time to paint it. 
This afternoon I went to the beach with the intention of painting which didn't happen. It was again,  windy and brisk but, hey, it's still Florida and I enjoyed reading and taking photos of the kite surfers.

10 comments:

billspaintingmn said...

Your colors are always fun! Copper
is such an interesting subject to paint.
An interesting subject to see!

Paintings by Patricia said...

Definitely time to paint it. Nice copper feel.

rdl said...

beautious!!

mike rooney studios said...

what beach you at? i'm a kitesurfer myself.

JanettMarie said...

This is really a nice painting Mary!
Ya gotta love TJ Maxx!

Fin said...

So nice of you to drop by my place. It's a pleasure to meet you! Your work is really lovely too! Please come by anytime.

The Vintage Kitten said...

Hi Mary, lovely to hear from you. Thats another lovely painting, I really like the warm, copper colour tones. Its a cold breezy Easter weekend in the UK so its a good excuse to stay home and eat lots of chocolate LOL! Happy Easter! X

Lorna said...

Mary, I built my whole living room around a 4 x 6 inch copper painting my cousin sent me. It looks wonderful with amber and cobalt. I just looked back at what I'd written and "cobalt" now appears to me as "chocolate". Guess I know what I'm doing next

diane said...

You have some very nice paintings. I'm impressed with how you can paint glass.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

That's what you get for wandering - a great painting! OH, I loe the play of the colors for copper against that lovely greeny blue!
p.s. my 'word verification' today is "feconal' - sounds like horrible medicine, no?

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