Sunday, July 25, 2010

Plums in pottery bowl - SOLD

Still working with these plums. I love the colours and am starting to figure them out. The humidity finally broke today - yay!
6" x 6" / oil on panel / $75





15 comments:

Linda Popple said...

Your color palette is beautiful with the blues and oranges. I like your impressionistic brushstrokes and that beautiful shadow.

Taylor said...

Love the bowl, and how you painted the orange's reflection in it! Yay that the humidity broke...it is less humid here too...phew!

Dana Cooper said...

Very painterly Kim, nice job!

Denise Scaramai said...

very very beautiful this painting!
has some 'air' vintage, was very good!
hugs...

Kelley Sanford said...

Terrific color and brushwork in this painting.

Ralph said...

I aaaalways come to your blog wondering what I will find and I am never ever let down.

Carla, i colori...pensieri della mia mente. said...

colori pulitissimi e luminosi.
ciaooo
Carla

mary maxam said...

this color scheme is wonderful. I would have been scared of this bowl, but you've handled it beautifully-great shapes

Kim said...

Thanks everyone! I was a little scared of this bowl too but it is so beautiful I had to give it a try. The outside is a rough, cracked dull finish pottery and the inside is glazed with flowing dusty aqua and milky blues. Eeks : )

LindaHunt said...

Beautiful painting...I am drawn to the small amount of magenta in the shadow! Your brushstrokes are painterly and lush.

Catherine Jeffrey said...

Love the subtle blue and mauve with the intense orange and yellow.

Gwen Bell said...

Excellent job on both the bowl and the plums! Love those indigo shadows with the oranges in the plums.

Karen Bruson said...

Great palette of color and wonderful reflections.

Stephen Parker said...

Hi, Kim. Love your pallet in this piece. The muted turquois against the one intense orange plumb really makes it for me. Very nice.

suzanneberry said...

I'm so drawn to your work, it just pulls me in every time! Great painting!