Monday, March 08, 2010

"Rose" 6x6

Oil on Hardboard 6"x6"
SOLD

This little antique Chinese porcelain brush washer (plus two others) has been sitting around in my studio for a long time, but has never been used in any of my painting. It was about time for it to make an appearance. I like the idea of the pot sitting just inside the shadow. Maybe a grouping of all three would make a nice composition.

7 Comments:

Blogger Carolina said...

This painting is wonderful, I love the transparency of the petals, the light/shadow play, the vase, and the spilled water. Great piece!
Best regards,
Carolina

3:53 PM  
Blogger Frank P. Ordaz said...

Just stunning ... your paintings are consistantly good and strong .... you raise the bar ....

4:46 PM  
Blogger Paintings by Patricia said...

I agree, these are always stunning. Beautifully done.

4:54 AM  
Blogger Caroline Bray Art said...

The ring mark is a stroke of genius! A small detail that adds so much to the painting and takes it from great to exceptional. Inspired!

7:24 AM  
Blogger Jeremy Elder said...

I love the drama of light that you incorporate into your compositions - absolutely wonderful.

10:02 AM  
Blogger Paul Coventry-Brown said...

Great idea and I like the way it seems like the pot has just been moved out of the light, leaving that wet ring.
Sort of two moments in time in one painting :-)
Beautifully painted as always ........ are you fed up with me saying that yet ;-)

Cheers,
Paul

11:32 PM  
Blogger Monique said...

Wonderful,you made a very beautiful composition.

12:59 PM  

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