I am not really making fajitas. So hard to think of titles sometimes.
Thanks for all the kind feedback yesterday. It is so nice to have some still life items that you can get excited about. I can think of lots of possibilities with these bowls and plates. Who gets so excited about dinner ware?
I am headed out to a weekend art show. I hope everyone has a great holiday!
Carol, love the title of this one, and the peppers and bowls look great together. Good luck on the upcoming show.ReplyDelete
The yellow peppers are a wonderful accompaniment to the colorful bowls. Love your brush strokes!ReplyDelete
Wishing you good luck on your show!!
Oh yes, excited about dinnerware - absolutely, I love ceramics and/or pottery - and I love the addition of these peppers - those bowls endearing!ReplyDelete
Yet another beautiful piece from this luscious set! Did you buy the plates, cups, sandwich plates too? I so need new dishes!!ReplyDelete
You've really ot it nailed with these bowls Carol! They look great, esp. with the teetering composition. Somehow your brushwork and colours suits the bowls and plates you're working with...I'm very much looking forward to seeing more.ReplyDelete
Love these colors and your brushwork!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comments. So nice to hear!ReplyDelete
These last two are super Carol, great edgework!ReplyDelete
Glad I found your blog, Carol. I really like your brushwork, and you have thoughtful compositions. Interesting hearing about Asheville, too. We've talked about going....may have to revisit that!ReplyDelete
great combinations and how you have put them together makes the whole painting sing. great job.ReplyDelete
Love the shell seekers. A great story told there, Carol.
I love both of these paintings featuring stacked bowls. Excellent job on painting the shiny porcelain! Great compositions too.ReplyDelete