It is painted on a 5 x 5" cradled panel.
I just returned from David Shevlino's workshop in Atlanta. We concentrated on figures for the first two days and still life today. He is an excellent painter and a good teacher. His bold brushwork is inspiring. I will share some of his painting techniques with you in the coming posts. I am pooped for now.
Perfect pick I think, this is wonderful Carol...lucky you to have tomatoes already, ours are weeks away. Can't wait to read about your workshop!ReplyDelete
Great small painting, anxious to hear more about the workshop and to see some paintings from the week.ReplyDelete
Really like your work Carol. Looking forward to updates!ReplyDelete
the first tomato looks so yummy.lovely work.ReplyDelete
Wonderful painting and just the perfect colors together. Hope the workshop was amazing for you! Look forward to hearing more.ReplyDelete
Sorry to have missed you in B'ham. We did a little watercoloring with my little grandboys. Boy, oh Boy! Am eagerly awaiting the impressions from your workshop.ReplyDelete
Lovely tomato pick!
What a simple but so effective little painting here...I am very jealous, we haven't gotten around to planting the tomatoes..I wonder if its too late?ReplyDelete
Love the simplicity of this and that wonderful red and green contrast!ReplyDelete
The Raccoons have been raiding my tomatoes, the masked little thieves.
I love the green and red on this one!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! It's so simple and so rich at the same time . . .ReplyDelete
Great work, Carol. Simple and so expressive.ReplyDelete
well done! I love the color scheme and brushyness of the strokes!ReplyDelete