Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Vino - SOLD

Before you start getting any ideas, these are bottles in my studio that I just keep recycling ; )
6" x 6" / oil on panel / $75





15 comments:

SUSAN RODEN said...

Your technique with glass is excellent Kim.

Hey, I have the glasses on my blog today, but need some bottles. Share?

martinealison said...

les verts de vos bouteilles sont très beaux ma chère Kim. Je suis rassurée!
Les bouteilles ne sont pas ouvertes autrement couchées de cette manière j'aurais pu songer que vous ayez fait la fête!!! je plaisante bien sûr...
Bisous
ps: j'aime le travail que vous faites avec les bouteilles.

Sandra said...

Oh - I must remember to use that one! Lol!
These are fantastic! I love the red lid and once again you have the most perfect balance of looseness and accuracy :0D

Kathy Cousart said...

Uh Huh, that is what they all say! This is a really fun composition. Love the reflections and shadows! Love the highlighted stroke on the middle bottle right at the neck-so good:)

Tammy Hext said...

I don't believe that for a second. I picture hurriedly downing the third bottle because two bottles just did not make a good composition. LOL
Tam

Anonymous said...

Her husband helps out where ever he can. For some reason they can't be painted full!

Jane said...

Looks like our place lately!

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

You are the Queen of wine bottles! My Challenge group for December is 'glass' and I just may take your theme and try my hand. I am no Kim Rempel, but I'm inspired by you! Love this one!

Pam Holnback said...

These are great!

Manel said...

Tus pinceladas son deliciosas. Me fascina cómo representas el vidrio. Felicidades.

Fay Akers said...

once again I love your composition.

Stephen Parker said...

Great job, Kim. Love the composition and the strokes. Wonderful.

Dawn Sherman said...

Sure, sure....

Stephanie Berry said...

Nice job with all the odd angles and the green glass..love it!

Neiley Harris said...

I am now the proud owner of this little gem. I'm sure it will provide inspiration for me whenever I look at it! Good job Kim, can't wait to see what you do next!