Thursday, January 13, 2011

Rose V


I have had another wipe out, and this may not be much better, but I am posting it anyway. In some ways I like it because I think it has an oriental feeling to it. I just need to work harder on values shapes.

6X8 inches
OIl
Raymar Canvas Panel

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23 comments:

Linda K. Nickles said...

Your brushstrokes are lush and gorgeous, and the red glass vase is vibrant . . . love the reflection. It is sensual, just beautiful! What are you talking about!!!

carol morgan carmichael said...

I love this piece. Ditto to Linda's comments. Very lovely!

Blasquez Fine Art said...

Linda,
You are on to something I think. Wipe outs can mean something like growth so hang in there. Your work in inspiring.

Kathy Cousart said...

Well, its three against one because I like it too! Really is lovely.

Joanne Hanson said...

I love the simplicity of it. I am glad you didn't wipe this one out too!

Virginia Floyd said...

I love all the reds repeated throughout the painting--in the rose, the vase, the reflection. Beautiful!

Cynthia k. Agathocleous said...

lovely~!

Kerri Settle said...

I'm loving that red vase!

Ruth Andre said...

Linda this is a lovely painting. Celebrate!

Victor Errington said...

Hi Linda.
Why are you worried about value shapes? This painting is beautiful. your usual beautiful colours and Brush strokes. forget about value shapes when your paintings are coming out like this one. All the best Linda.
Vic.

Jacki Newell said...

Linda, as someone who has a tendency to overwork a painting (me), I find this one so refreshing. I love the simplicity and the color and especially the lushious brushstrokes. Very nice work!!!

Linda Popple said...

It's all been said and I agree! Just beautiful!

LindaHunt said...

Thank you Linda...you made me laugh right outloud!

Thank you Carol...I appreciate feedback it makes me see things a little differently!

Thanks Joanne..I'm glad that I didn't wipe it out too...it was close!:)

Thanks Vic...I really do appreciate feedback it makes all the difference!

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Ditto what everyone else said, Linda! It is brilliant. The glass, they hazy/sharp edges and general brilliant color, soooo lovely!!

Angela Elledge said...

I love its simplicity; so beautiful!

mary maxam said...

I like the light handed, clear transparency here, very delicate

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Oh my gosh, this is just beautiful. Very striking, and I love the painterly brushwork!

Gwen Bell said...

Yes, I also think it has an Oriental feel in every good sense of the word. That red vase is such a beautiful, glowing color. Your values look stellar from here. Exquisite!

martinealison said...

Je n'avais pas eu le temps d'admirer cette dernière oeuvre de vous ma chère. Est-ce le parfum qui embaume mon pc ou tout simplement les couleurs qui dansent sur mon écran ? les deux je pense. peinture absolument très délicate et printanière. Bisous

Lorraine Shirkus said...

This is stunning to my eye!

Marie Theron said...

Ah, precious! You soft and buttery application of paint makes your little gems unique, Linda!

Carol Schiff Studio said...

I believe you must have been having a bad day..,the painting is beautiful but you just couldn't recognize it at the time! We all get this idea in our heads about how something SHOULD look, and when our painting does not match that idea, we think we have failed. This is the perfect example of one painter's "failure" being everyone else's "masterpiece". Be careful what you wipe!

Kelley Sanford said...

Linda, I love this painting. Sometimes we're too close to our own work to see the reality. This is an excellent piece, no wiping out, please.