Friday, August 13, 2010

JUST PEACHY


I bought these 'white' peaches and they were great to look at but not much for eating. Maybe they were not ripe. Still having fun with lots of paint and limited strokes.
5X7 inches
oil
Raymar canvas panel (archival)

17 comments:

Marian Fortunati said...

Too bad... But they sure LOOK delicious!!

I've always thought the yellow peaches taste better.. but it is the tree and when they are picked!

Dusty Pines said...

i've never liked white peaches, myself - but your painting sure makes the most of them! i really like the colors & how they work together! thank you!

Kelley Sanford said...

Really loving the limited strokes, thick paint. Wonderful piece, Linda. Good thing you can make them look tasty.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Linda, You really got that peachy color. Looks great!

Virginia Floyd said...

This is beautiful, Linda. Love the colors in the peaches. The reflection of the bowl is very interesting. Great composition!

Pam Holnback said...

Love the brush strokes, or limited strokes! Beautifully handled bowl.

Ruth Andre said...

Love this one!

Carol Nelson said...

Limited brush strokes is my new goal. Love the way you do it.

Kim said...

Gorgeous Linda! Those peaches are particularly wonderful. LOVE the colours.

Blasquez Fine Art said...

Love it Linda. These really a just peachy!
Your use of color is expanding.....beautifully!

Gwen Bell said...

I just can't get enough of your buttery thick style. Beautiful!

Stephanie Berry said...

Love the thick paint. Nice job with the colors--as always!

Kim Blair said...

I can feel the soft fuzzy texture of the peach skin... and I can smell the lovely sweet fragrance too.
Delightful Linda!
Kim

Anita Tresslar said...

Linda, this is my first visit to your site but not the last. I love your fresh loose brushstrokes and bright colors.

Julie Hill said...

Linda...great peaches...really captured the fuzz with out the "busyness". I agree about the white peaches taste, have you tried the white nectarines this season...they are delightful.

Joan Breckwoldt said...

I just found your blog, I love your thick luscious paint strokes. Very pretty!
Joan

Karen Bruson said...

Wonderful, juicy paint strokes!