I know I said I was not going to paint another cow. I lied.
I am getting ready for a one day art show next Saturday. The Mountain Brook art association is having it's 30th annual Spring art show. Eighty or so artists are participating. There will be no kettle corn there so bring your own . My machine and corn cob hat have not arrived yet.
I hope Mt Brookians like cows. This one is painted on a 6 x 6" cradled panel.ssold
Oh, he is a handsome one:) I really like the touches of blue near the eye and really like his mouth. There are those fabulous ears again. I just really like this one. You always make me smile- want to see a picture when the corn cob hat arrives:) Best of luck with this show!ReplyDelete
Love the cows!! Painted one yesterday myself. Good luck at your show,ReplyDelete
I'm sure Mt. Brookians will love your cows! I love how wet and juicy your paint always looks!
Loving these cow portraits!! They are fabulous and the colors are stunning!!ReplyDelete
Another handsome feller! Love the highlights you have included from the backlight, great effect!ReplyDelete
Your strokes and color are really tremendous in this one, Carol. The green in the background has just enough red to make it work perfectly with the cows coat. Really beautiful.ReplyDelete
Handsome, indeed! I love the touch of blue under the eye and on the nose. I can't wait to see a picture of the hat!ReplyDelete
This cow is the best by far...and they are all fabulous. Carol, I love the glints of turquoise under the eye and the green on the bottom lip. Just wonderful!ReplyDelete
Very handsome, Carol . . . well done!ReplyDelete
You just know how to paint a cow Carol. Yummy yummy paint!!ReplyDelete
In deed, he is very handsome. Striking strokes of colour!ReplyDelete
Sigh...handsome devil indeed. Cows just come with their own unique sense of tranquility, I think.ReplyDelete
Very nice, really like the back lighting of the cow and the crisp highlights arond the edges. I grew up in a dairy town and the serenity of the animals is very special. Good work.ReplyDelete
Love this one! One cow is never enough...ReplyDelete
Ditto to all of the above...LOVE THIS...I do believe this is my favorite! Love them all!ReplyDelete
Love the cow series--each one more lovely than the last.ReplyDelete
J'aime regarder les vaches, comme elles, elles aiment regarder passer les trains!ReplyDelete
Très belle interprétation, vous avez parfaitement bien capter son regard...
Bisous et belle expo!
Check out that heifer! Your rich brushstrokes give it the gift that makes a painting come alive.ReplyDelete
Carlo, I love your cow paintings - you capture their personalities, and your light is beautiful!. You must live close to cows, which makes me very envious!ReplyDelete
Sorry, CAROL, didn't mean to change your name!ReplyDelete
How could anyone not love this cow?? It's so beautiful and dynamic! Love the colors in the face against the darks in the chest. I love it!ReplyDelete
I've thoroughly enjoyed this cow series! They are all painted with such personality.ReplyDelete
Absolutely LOVE all these cows!!!!ReplyDelete