Daily small paintings- and an occasional larger one-in a quest to refine my craft and above all, enjoy the process
Sunday, November 14, 2010
I've been in Bisbee for the weekend with my Mom and sisters. It was their first time. It was fun to show off one of my favorite fun quirky places. We had dinner at the Cafe Roka (awesome) and breakfast at the Bisbee Breakfast Club (also awesome). The only downside was a 4 hour drunken argument in the room next door that prevented us from getting a nights sleep. I kept waiting for them to pass out....
So...this is a painting that I did before my company arrived. I loved the shadow shape above all. Who would eat oranges with a spoon with the rinds on? Well, I don't know....does it have to make sense??????
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The brushwork and color are very captivating in this painting. I am new to your blog and want to say that I enjoy your wonderful work!ReplyDelete
Layne, I love your sense of color...it's wonderfully illuminating!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful! The way you have gradually pumped up the chromatic intensity of your hues from the suggestive colorful grays of the floor plane to the accented brighter parts of the picture bespeaks a thoughtful pacing of your energies throughout its making. Very subtle adjustments of tone and color. The spoon with the oranges? Shocking! Next time try chopsticks.ReplyDelete
Wonderful colors and brushwork. Love the blue shadow.ReplyDelete
It's all been said - I agree. Your colors are gorgeous and I always like your brush strokes. And, no it certainly doesn't have to make sense! :)ReplyDelete
Wonderful reflections, and I do love that shadow on the wall!ReplyDelete
I have come back several time on fresh daily to see this one enlarged--it is so very beautiful! Great job on the whole thing!ReplyDelete
lovely bold color and great brushwork.ReplyDelete