Thursday, August 19, 2010

"Peachy Keen" by Kim Rempel - SOLD

So I wanted to get back to a close-up of the peach. I thought that Mondays painting turned out to be the best of the previous three and wanted to explore it further. I like the more graphic quality of this one. And I like the way the pit juts out of the flesh.
6" x 6" / oil on panel / $75





8 comments:

Kim Blair said...

Yes, you are right Kim, this one has a nice graphic feel to it. The lines in the pit combined with the shape of the flesh remind me of wings. Love the strong colours.
Kim

Marie Theron said...

Very fleshy, Kim! You observe so well and make a lovely painting of the most everyday image!

Denise Scaramai said...

Kim, the four compositions with the peaches are great!
but particularly liked more of this!
That's it! how it is cut and treatment of strokes
made this a great job!
hugs my friend! ;)

Dana Cooper said...

Looks so yummy Kim, great job! I like the graphic feel of this too.

Ralph said...

Thanks again Kim for your meaningful comment on my blog I again like this and am always amazed at how you chose such things to turn into marvellous art.

Alice said...

I like this one the best.

Kelley Sanford said...

The color combination in this painting is stunning. Love the graphic quality of something so soft. Well done.

mary maxam said...

Yes, I agree. graphic and yet soft. A new view presented here that is intriguing.