Monday, November 8, 2010
Home from my travels and it feels so good. I had such a great week in every way but there is no place like home. Had a wondeful long weekend in Charleston. First time I have ever been and it is such a beautiful city. Got to see Karin Jurick paint in Washington Square park on Saturday. She created two beautiful paintings. I won't keep on gushing about Karin but I could.
I am really tired from the traveling but hope to jump back into painting tomorrow using new knowledge gained last week.
I painted banjo boy one day last week at the workshop. He is painted on a 6 x 6" panel.SOLD
Posted by carol morgan carmichael at 3:08 PM
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Gorgeous and when viewed up close even gorgeous-er! Ok, so I love so much here, but one of my favorite things is that little orange swipe under the banjo and you just have to love a pair of hands painted with a few masterful brushstrokes!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Carol. So happy to have spent the week with you. It was fabulous, wasn't it????ReplyDelete
What an amazing week we had with Karin. I had so much fun meeting everyone and have learned so much. What a great experience! Thanks for all the help- everyone was so sweet and encouraging.
I really like this one mother. This painting reminds me of my experience on ASP. Love youReplyDelete
Another winner! So wonderfully loose and painterly! If you could talk hours about Karin's workshop, I could listen and never tire of it!ReplyDelete
This is a beautiful painting, Carol, but the photo doesn't do it justice. I'm so glad I had the chance to see it in person -- what a glow! It really was an amazing week! I enjoyed getting to know you and painting together.ReplyDelete
I really like this one, such a looseness in your brushstrokes, and great gesture.
really nice. I love painting musiciansReplyDelete