Sunday, September 10, 2006

Lemons #3-SOLD- (Click here to bid on eBay)

This way of painting is alot closer to the type of painting I would want to do. The thickness of the paint isn't there, but the brushwork is a little looser in the outer, unimportant areas, and I saved the details for the objects of more importance. Click on the image for a larger view.


Blogger Luis Colan said...

what can I say that I haven't said before. This is a great painting, the warm strong colors are great and the composition with the different angles is great. You have a lot of talent.


2:24 PM  
Blogger mick mcginty said...

I thought for sure I would get some comments from you on the loosness and brushstrokes showing. I am really proud of this one. It looks as real as I would want from a distance, but after looking close up, there's no mistake it's a painting

7:46 PM  
Blogger Luis Colan said...

Hi Mick, I did notice the loosness of the paint application, I think its great and it adds a lot of movement to the composition.

6:53 AM  
Blogger HALL GROAT II said...

This is an outstanding painting! The paint is not only defining the subject, but also itself. This notion is the touchstone of great paintings from the past....where illusionism exists, and the image dissolves into abstraction at "arms length"--all at the same time.

6:43 AM  

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