Monthly Archives: April 2008
Red Apple – 5″ x 7″ Oil on Canvas Panel SOLD I really like this simple painting because of the folds of the dishtowel. The white of the dishcloth reflected into the shadow area of the apple creating some fun reflected light. On a side note, my office is in the midst of a move […]
Three Lemons – 5″ x 7″ Oil on Canvas Panel SOLD This is a small study of a larger composition I have begun. It will be another “frieze” painting this time in a 1:2 ratio. I really like working on paintings that have analogous color palettes, there is something soothing in them. Thanks, Liz
Untitled (Standing Figure) – 8×10 Oil on Canvas Panel SOLD This figure painting is a fun and exciting piece for me. I completed it during one of my figure painting classes with Danni Dawson, she pushed me to see and interpret the different colors on this beautiful woman. With this painting, I treated the female […]
Graphite, Cachet bound sketchbook 8-1/2” x 5-1/2” I have recently subscribed to Katherine Tyrrell’s blog and this Sunday her post listed another blog by Vivien Blackburn, who had attended a lecture by Liz Minichiello where at the end of the presentation everyone was given a sheet of paper and encouraged to illustrate there day from […]
Dogwood Bloom (Zoomed in) – 6″ x 6″ Oil on Canvas Panel SOLD Here is another dogwood bloom. I really like these flowers, they are so pretty and simple, though I am learning not so easy to paint… simplicity can be deceiving sometimes.