Monday, August 23, 2010
I spent most of the day yesterday cleaning and rehanging work on walls in my studio. Looks so good and feels so good today. I am scheduled to do some shows beginning in September so I needed to take stock of what I have. Sometimes I get so bogged down in painting that my studio gets pretty bad. Referring to it as my studio makes me chuckle because I paint in my garage. It works pretty well and the price is right.
Painting the onion was a fun release after organizing all day. It is painted on a 5 x 7" linen canvas. Plan to do a companion piece today.
Posted by carol morgan carmichael at 5:46 AM
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Great highlights. And good color choice for the background.ReplyDelete
Love the texture and strings on top.....really nice, Carol.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I like your brush strokes and the delicate strings on top of the onion. Well done!ReplyDelete
Love the simplicity of this one, anxious to see the companion. Good luck on the September shows, let us know how they go!ReplyDelete
Oh man, lady! Your brushwork is exquisite in this...well done!ReplyDelete
It looks like you really enjoyed painting this, the brushstrokes seem to have come with ease and are lovely and expressive. Excellent use of brushmarks to capture the thin lines in the onion's skin and the 'hairs' on the top of the onion are fabulous - they're full of flare! Enjoy your new clean and tidy space!ReplyDelete
Your paintings are so beautiful. I love your colors, brushstrokes and compositions.ReplyDelete
I so enjoy seeing your beautiful work Carol - again another little jewel! Beautiful brushwork and love the simplicity!ReplyDelete
I discovered today the blog of Karen Bruson (love her painting), and than I came hier... i love your paintings too, I#m happy to discovered you both!ReplyDelete
I think this is truly a delightful piece. Maybe because I so love onions, especially fried with potatoes or grilled with burgers! Gorgeous colors and you've captured that elusive beauty of the onion skin!ReplyDelete
Love the way you put that 'hair' in - spontaneous!ReplyDelete