Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Persimmons - SOLD

Painted these persimmons with my palette knife. Presently persimmons have been particularly popular on plenty of posts. Pourquoi the propensity for painting persimmons? Perhaps their perky, plump presence portrays a pleasurable picturesqueness. Or... peut-être the powerful pigment gives this pearl its prime potential. Pfump. I'm peckish. Peeling these persimmons and partaking.
Pax ; )
6" x 6" / oil on panel / $75





15 comments:

Fay Akers said...

my teacher would say "yes..LOOK AT ALL THAT WONDERFUL PAINT ON THE CANVAS"

Katie said...

Love this, Kim!
Particularly the pigment in the shadows are precisely perfect :)

Rachel Roushey said...

I love all the alliteration in your post! And the texture of the painting from the palette knife is perfectly pleasing.

Starr said...

This post brought to you by the letter "P", the number "2" and the color "Red"... :) And your palette knife paintings are awesome! I love the chunky boldness.

Crystal Cook said...

lol! :) LOVE those palette knife persimmons!

Kim said...

Oh...you guys are good : )

Layne Cook said...

I'm ambivalent about the palette knife. Sometimes I think it overpowers the painting. I think it works in this case, though. Love the green background on the slant. The whole painting has a wonderful playful quality.

Linda Popple said...

Beautiful and luscious!!

Kathy Cousart said...

These persimmons are great! Love the texture and chunkiness that you got using the palette knife on these. I tried using one the other day and you have to really control that thing! I was surprised! Haha- The pop of bright green at the back is just plain fun. I am going tomorrow to buy some of these puppies to paint!

sharisafari said...

A treat for my eyes! Love it!

martinealison said...

Belle alliance de couleurs... Bises

Alice said...

Great painting Kim ...fabulous colours ! :)

Manel said...

Me gusta su color, su brillo y esos golpes de espátula tan acertados!

mary maxam said...

love the post and the painting:) grear juicy color!

Virginia Floyd said...

What a fun post! Love all the bright colors!