Monthly Archives: December 2007

Three D’Anjou Pears

Three D’Anjou Pears – 6″ x 8” Oil on Canvas Panel SOLDI have been watching the Teaching Company’s lecture series “Dutch Masters” by William Kloss, and have been inspired to work more on depicting fabric. With Dutch paintings in mind, I set about to work on a composition with a grouping of items that was […]

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Manderin Orange with Leaves

Mandarin Orange with Leaves – 6” x 8” Oil on Canvas Panel SOLD Working on this piece was a race against time. I had purchased a few mandarin oranges a week or so earlier and decided to paint another still life of this subject (the previous painting was posted earlier in December). In my home […]

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Three Pumpkins Still Life

Three Pumpkins – 8” x 10” Oil on Canvas Panel SOLD I worked on this painting on and off for over 6 weeks. It was a fun and challenging piece, to capture the different colors, values, and textures of the three very different types of pumpkins. After I had worked on this painting for two […]

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Spaghetti Squash

Spaghetti Squash – 8” x 10” Oil on Canvas Panel SOLDI enjoy this painting for its different bright and warm colors. The warmth of the yellow squash, the orange table cloth, and the red pillow all harmonize in an analogous manner, that is red, orange, yellow are contiguous on the color wheel and have in […]

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Artists I find Inspiration From:

In recognition of inspiration, I have recently added links to artists I admire and enjoy viewing their work. The links are in the lower right margin of this blog. I would like to encourage you to click on a few of them and see the wonderful and very individual talent that is out there in […]

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