Monday, August 30, 2010

SUGAR JAR SOLD


In keeping with the theme of several of the other DPO artists I painted my brown sugar jar. This is a replica of the vintage jars that my grandmother used to keep pickles in.
6X6 inches
oil
Raymar canvas panel (archival)
$75.00 plus $8.00 shippin in the US. International buyers please email for shipping rates before purchase. Buyer pays for all customs fees.

11 comments:

Karen Martin Sampson said...

Linda, once again I am very impressed with your bold strokes and economy of design. I love the very subtle colour choices, the slight variations of grey and the accented touch of vermillion which in no way overpowers the primary subject, that very beautifully proportioned "sugar" or "pickle" jar (somehow I see it holding pickles more so than brown suger).

Dusty Pines said...

oh wow - you've done the glass so beuatifully - subtle & delicate - and pefectly set off by the bit of red - really lovely! thank you!

bricarwaller said...

It's so beautiful. I love the cool colors and the bits of red stripes.

Amber L. Bailey said...

it's amazing how you capture something that can be as complicated as glass, in such few strokes!

Linda Popple said...

Great job on this jar! I like the striped fabric placed behind it.

George De Chiara said...

Beautiful job on such a tough subject to paint. I really like how you where able to give the glass thickness with just a few choice strokes of color along it's sides.

Becky Joy said...

Really nice with such simplicity. Good job.

Victor Errington said...

Lovely painting here Linda. You have made it look like what it is, a solid looking Jar. Well done and all the best.
Vic.

Virginia Floyd said...

What a great painting! The subject matter is simple, but this is not a simple painting. Your color choices and lush brush strokes make this a very interesting painting. Great job!

Karen Bruson said...

Great job. Nice grays and wonderful brushwork.

Jerry Stocks said...

AMAZING PAINTING---the brush work is unbelievable