Thursday, March 17, 2011

Grapes


It has been several days since I have painted and it felt so good! These grapes have been waiting for me to have another 'go' at it! I used a very simple palette, cad red deep, permanent rose, ultrmarine blue, phalo blue, lemon yellow, cad yellow lt, cad yellow med, and a little white. I was very pleased with the results!


6X6
Oil
Raymar Canvas Panel

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Day 36

9 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Lovely one, Linda. Good to get back to the easel, isn't it.

Linda Nickles said...

Great job, Linda . . . really nice!

liz wiltzen said...

Beautiful job of simplification Linda, and the palette is lovely as well. Bravo!

Stephanie Berry said...

Very nice. I like the way the light leans on the left side.

Linda Popple said...

Beautiful and I like hearing your palette. Very nice!

Kim VanDerHoek said...

My favorite part of your painting is the variety of brushwork. It keeps me looking. Good job painting grapes. They can be challenging because they are translucent.

Catherine Jeffrey said...

The blue/green works really well here. I like the strong blue, forground right, leading into the shiny juicy looking grapes.

Ruth Andre said...

Your grapes are so temping to pluck right out of the painting.

Lorraine Shirkus said...

Beautiful!!! Love the transition from the deep rich blues to the pale greens and then the grayed shadows.