Monday, May 23, 2011


I appologize for the slight amount of glare on the photo. I am trying to find a position to photograph my paintings and the sun is shifting making the place that I normally photograph unacceptable. I will try and rephotograph.
These begonias are ready to be planted by I love the look of them in the little black plastic growing containter. The orange slices were added to capture the luscious rays of the sun as they passed through the transluscent flesh. Whil in Connecticut I found the nicest 1940's tablecoth with a cute vibrant design and this is what is placed under the still life. You can actually only see the few blue sqares of blue design in the upper right hand corner of the painting. It is as much about what you leave out as what you leave in a painting.

8X8 inches
Canvas Panel


David Russell said...

Very nice. I have been painting some flowers lately, with all the rain we are having I am not been able to get out and around!

Marie Theron said...

A LOVELY composition, Linda. The colors are spread in a pleasant way, and how clever you are to make something of the lowly little plastic container.This is really a "slice of life"

LindaHunt said...

Thank you, David...I will see what you have been up to...I was on vacation and am just now beginning to do my blogging again.

Marie, thank you for such a splendid comment. You have made my day which was a little in the dumps!:)

Janice said...

Beautiful Linda, love the reflection of blue on the orange

Kim said...

I just love your colours Linda. A very inviting painting.

Kathy Cousart said...

Linda, Love this. Lots of fun color and interest. Flowere are so fun and these are wonderful. Love the orange slices- great idea on the tablecloth:)

Marie Theron said...

Hope you are feeling better and ready to paint and blog again soon!

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