Monday, January 10, 2011

Petals - SOLD

Well, the holiday has finally wrapped up and it's time to get back into the routine : ) I cast about for a good half hour trying to figure out what to paint, started, wiped off said start... but then it came together. Happy January!
6" x 6" / oil on panel / SOLD

19 comments:

bricarwaller said...

Kim your reds are fabulous!! What a stunning, beautiful painting!! I also love your International Women Celebrate entry. Beautiful!

Manel said...

Magnificent reds, Kim. Very good.

Barb Hillier said...

Happy New Year Kim - I too wiped off my first painting of the year. You are off to a great start with that beautiful flower!

Virginia Floyd said...

This is beautiful, Kim! Good job!

Denise Rose said...

Love the vibrant red/orange colors and the shadow of the flower is just perfect! Great save from your wipe off!

Sandra said...

What a fantastic start! I love this!

Kathy Cousart said...

Gorgeous colors in this red flower! The shadow is wonderful-love the colors I see in that. Really nice center of the flower- Great save:)

Starr said...

Those petals look so delicate and bright... beautiful work :)

Neiley Harris said...

Funny how we crave red at this time of year, isn't it? This painting makes me happy!

Laura Trevey said...

Love this colorful RED!!

Be sure to add this one too :)
Laura

Melanie Statnick said...

The reds in here are so beautiful. Just the touch of spring i needed.

LindaHunt said...

I love the color scheme that you used in this luscious little painting! The flower is beautifully painted!

Celeste Bergin said...

that could not be more red!! Love it!

SUSAN RODEN said...

Bold and fun. You handle reds so well Kim.

martinealison said...

Rouge flamboyant... couleur de l'amour, de la passion... élan passionné pour une grande reprise...
Bises

graziano tessarolo said...

Wonderful and full of life and light!!!
Ciao Graziano

Linda Popple said...

Beautiful reds! I like the up close and personal perspectie. Such a happy painting! Happy January to you, too!! :-)

shirley fachilla said...

Like the dozen plus others, I love red. And I love how you handled it in this painting, with many variations in the red to make it interesting yet keeping all-the-while, the wonderful intensity and warm of color.

suzanneberry said...

i'll say it came together! the reds are amazing, along with the subtle shadow and highlites. this is amazing kim