Sunday, January 20, 2013

Chilean Peaches

For sale at my Etsy shop
I am still working with cloth trying to capture the folds and creases.  I used a cerulean blue half tone which was cool against the warm reds and oranges of the peaches.  The exercise for this painting was to create a warm palette of colors using tints and half tones to create a warm rather than hot palette.  I carried a little of the warm colors into the fabric to create a nice harmony and a little glow.  I am pleased that I am learning a little more about how to use color.


Roger Åkesson said...

I like the composition and the colors in this one, well done.

Jo Mackenzie said...

luscious with a capital L.

Jo Mackenzie said...

I just read all the posts about mixing colors and wonder how watercolor could be used in this way . The color you mixed a beautifully and clearly more complex than color s right from any tube. I also see a rich consistency that
adds to the volume of the folds.

LindaHunt said...

Thank you, Roger.

Thanks so much, Jo!

Jerry Stocks said...

Yummy subject and yummy painting. You are forever enriching your painting knowledge.

Linda Popple said...

Lovely! Thanks for sharing about color. It's always helpful and so interesting.

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