Monday, February 23, 2009

Lemon And Aqua, 6x6 Oil


Here is one of my water glasses that I love, and a lemon. I bought a piece of shiny clear plastic from Walmart and put it over a neutral piece of fabric. That's what's up with the wavy reflections. I liked the way the colors bounced around, too. I enlisted my son (he's 6'4") to help hang some paintings in the studio today (to get them off the floor), and we spent a very productive hour together - I'll post a photo in my Studio blog tomorrow. Pin It

19 comments:

  1. Hey is that glass from Mexico? Also, I like the effect of the plastic and reflections. Nice.

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  2. Really, really, really, really, really NICE! All that practice is paying off! This one is a total winner. The shapes in the glass are right on and the lemon is totally correct. I love it! nice color harmonies.

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  3. Really, really, really, really, really NICE! All that practice is paying off! This one is a total winner. The shapes in the glass are right on and the lemon is totally correct. I love it! nice color harmonies.
    PS if this comment shows up twice, it's something to do with word verification, duh.

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  4. Very nice Kelley!
    I really like the colors, texture and composition. ( turquoise is one of my favorite colors).

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  5. Thanks, Tres, me too - you should see my house, a zillion turquoise vases, jars, bottles, etc.!

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  6. Paula - you're going to laugh... the glass is from CRATE & BARREL! I also have them in violet and cobalt and moss green (you'll probably see them in Daily Paintings soon)! Thanks.

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  7. Love it! The colors are so vivid and citrus..y.
    Love the wavy reflections too!

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  8. Great job--all the different textures (wall, lemon skin, smooth glass) are very well done and look great together.

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  9. Great job! You really do glass well!

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  10. Kelley, I really love this one! The soft background and the lovely glass and lemon work perfectly! You did a wonderful job on the glass, always a difficult subject and the lemon looks luscious. Thanks for the tip about the plastic, what a great idea for reflections!

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  11. This is really nice, Kelley. The colors are crisp and clean--and the glass "feels" like glass. bravo!
    Faye

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  12. Thanks, Debbie and Jala - I appreciate your comments! Carol and Manon - I love glass, but am actually terrified of it till I actually start and get in the 'zone' - I will not permit fear while I'm painting!

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  13. This is really good.

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  14. Thanks for commenting on my blog! I am so glad to have found you and your AMAZING artwork! I love this painting. Your colors are amazing!

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  15. WHOA! Wow, Kelley, this is breathtaking! Really, I emitted an audible gasp when the picture came up. Mary is right ... all that practice IS paying off.

    OK, seriously, your thing with the turquoise vases, jars, bottles, etc.? Me too!!!

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  16. Very well done, Kelly! I like the soft color harmony and fresh brushwork.

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  17. hi kelley!
    oh my gosh! i just love it!
    your art is very special and inspiring. i cannot wait to see you studio!
    xoxox
    melissa

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  18. Kelley-Love it! Really love it! Hope that gets to your wall of beautiful paintings!

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