Monday, October 6, 2014

Jelly Bomb, 6x6 Inch Oil Painting by Kelley MacDonald

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Oh MAN, this was the perfect Jelly Donut!  Out of the lineup of plump sweet filled jellies, this one was the star.  And usually I have to do quite a bit of coaxing to get that perfect 'drip', but this one just erupted with that ruby goo!

So, was it coincidence that this painting just 'slid off the brush'?  I think not.  I especially was challenged, but LOVED painting the doughy spot to the left of the jelly - apparently this donut was joined to another and this was the 'tear-spot'.  I thought, at first - "I can't do that!"  I thought about ignoring it... surely I've painted enough of these to know what a non-torn piece looks like!  But then.... ah... I have a little motto... "Do one thing each day that terrifies you..."... so I went for it.  And am happy with the result!

Are you enjoying October?  I HOPE so - it's my favorite month!
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6 comments:

  1. Bonjour chère amie,

    Comment résister à une telle tentation ? Ce beignet me semble si délicieux !
    Vous avez réussi à la perfection à peindre avec des nuances subtiles la pâte de cette douceur. La gelée de framboise qui perle délicatement est incroyable. Une très belle peinture.

    Gros bisous ♡

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  2. Fabulous, it actually looks like it was torn! Wonderful job, I am totally impressed!

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  3. October is treating us well here in Maine. We've lots of beautiful colors everywhere you look. Even some reds like that jelly of yours. :) If I look at your painting any longer I will have to get to the donut shop first thing in the morning. Yum!

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  4. Oh my! That jam looks like I could literally scoop it off my screen with my finger and eat it! Yum! Gorgeous!! :0)

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  5. Wow, you are an amazing artist. I could eat that right off the canvas.

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  6. Just bought this because it's yummier than the real thing. Thanks!

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