Monday, September 27, 2010

CLEMENTINES AND CHERRIES


This is one of my older paintings but one that I like very much. I don't paint on Sundays and needed a painting so I brought this one out. Do you know that I just discovered Clementines this year....oh my gosh....they are so good! These little gems are sweet and juicy and plain delicious.
6X6 inches
oil
canvas panel (archival)
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8 comments:

Marie Theron said...

I have not seen it before so it is new to me! I can still envision a wall, maybe in a restaurant, covered with these still life paintings. The frames should be thick, almost over-the-top to show the paintings really well!

Ruth Andre said...

This is a lovely painting. The cherries look ready to eat and you have made the Clementines luscious too.

Virginia Floyd said...

I really like this one! Love the colors you used in the cherries. And the cherry shadows look good enough to eat. And I really like how you depicted the Clementines in so few strokes!

Karen Martin Sampson said...

This is beautiful and reminds me of an early painting lesson at the Cleveland Institute of Art...we had to paint a still life set up in very small blocks of colour only, kind of like a mosaic...I learned more from that lesson than any other at art school...how to see the colours that work together and are adjacent, and the way warm and cool make a difference.

Jerry Stocks said...

Love the colors and brush strokes.

Blasquez Fine Art said...

Linda,
I am loving your style more and more. I can literally see you grow, one of the benefits of sharing your work with us on the blog. This painting is showing off your love for color, and also your aptitude in painting it well.

Julie Hill said...

Linda, the juicy fruit...looks yummy. love your color choices too!

Dana Cooper said...

Lovely piece Linda, I'm glad it got a new showing! I love those clementines too!