Monday, August 16, 2010

ONE BANANA, TWO BANANA....


What can I say...just had fun painting these small beautiful bananas.
6x6 INCHES
OIL
RAYMAR CANVAS PANEL (ARCHIVAL)

9 comments:

Becky Joy said...

Linda, thanks for visiting my blog. You really have some nice brushwork in your paintings. I like this one of the bananas.

Sandra Galda said...

great composition here!

Marie Theron said...

Very nice, Linda! A few of your fruits, like tiles together on a wall, will look superb in any dining room!

Virginia Floyd said...

Very nice! Love the brush strokes.

Marian Fortunati said...

Terrific job, Linda..
Inspiring!

Kim Blair said...

Your use of thick rich paint and bold direct brush strokes is very effective in this banana painting. The grayed yellows are perfect.
Kim

Portrait Painting By Johanna Spinks said...

Bananas not so easy to paint. But you sure pulled it off. I once took corn cobs to my teaching class for students to paint. Bad idea. A few melt downs. I have avoided yellow tubular things ever since. Everything is perfectly done here.

Linda Popple said...

Great little painting, Linda. I agree with what has been said before. I would only add that the bottom banana with the light on it is fantastic.

Gwen Bell said...

Really great work on this Linda! I admire your skill. Bananas are so hard but you've done a wonderful job.