SOLDConor's (my son) beautifully glazed bowl, a leaf found while walking Paco, and an apple - all remind me of this season. I love this support - it's Gessoboard, as opposed to yesterday's 'Martooni', which is on a canvas panel. For some reason I just love the paint sliding around on this smooth surface. How about you? What supports are your favorite?
Very fall like, Kelley. I paint on gessoboard a lot using oil pastels and I love the surface.ReplyDelete
i love the depth and bright, crisp feeling of the whole painting (and you make my bowl look great ;) )ReplyDelete
You've captured fall in a bowl!
Olga underwire. My favorite support.ReplyDelete
Love that juicy bowl and background. Great colors! I paint on Raymar panels and regular stretched canvas with lots of gesso to make it smooth.ReplyDelete
This painting just looks like fall! Wonderful color choices, as always. Kelley, you are a master with color! Beautifully done!ReplyDelete
Wonderful painting Kelley and I love Gessoboard!!ReplyDelete
I got really lucky today when I went to the Apple store to ask questions about my Mac! The gentleman who helped me was a photography professor at the art school here in Columbus!! He told me I do need lights and a new camera because mine isn't cutting it if I want prints. I want a camera that is RAW capable.... yes... sister.... I spent over an hour with this man and my head is spinning!
Love the Autumn theme. I paint on gessoboard all the time and love it for the same reason you do.ReplyDelete
beautiful colors here, the plate is a really attractive blue! I love gessoboard!ReplyDelete
That plate is very tactile, one can pick it up and feel the smooth glaze. I work on commercial ready-stretched canvasses or canvas board. I find handmade cooton duck stretched canvas prepared with gesso is too heavy to be sent in the mail.ReplyDelete
The paint looks creamy and buttery - I love when a surface takes on this quality - looks great -ReplyDelete
I like to paint on masonite. . .
You love that bowl, and it shows in the way you painted it...I love that bowl too...the whole painting really works!ReplyDelete
This is a very "rich" painting. The hues and application of paint make it luscious.ReplyDelete
I love this, Kelley!ReplyDelete
The colors are fun and the composition is simple yet delightful.
The thick brushstrokes are quite lively too!