MMMmmmMMm! Still doing the 30 Paintings in 30 Days, but on the weekend I have other things besides pugs to paint! This is a little painting that will be in the James' Library in Norwell MA for their Valentine show.
I have, all Winter, little hard candies in my pocket. It seems that the dry air from the heat being on sometimes gives me a little cough. I like this variety. Cinnamon, peppermint or butterscotch.. pretty much covers my moods! I adore the challenge of painting cellophane!. It's never easy and it's never the same - the light, the background all influence how it looks.
Happy Saturday, all!
What a sweet treat. Great painting.ReplyDelete
That one is a beauty Kelley! So glad you are participating in this fun event! You do cellophane better than anyone I know!ReplyDelete
Ooh, I've always loved those butterscotch candies!ReplyDelete
I think you nailed it!ReplyDelete
What fun piece...love the composition...the cellophane and your story!!! Now I have that song "Candy" in my head...ReplyDelete
"Candy...I call my sugar candy...because I'm sweet on candy...
And you did a great job painting the look. Am enjoying all the pug paintings.ReplyDelete
This is wonderful Kelley, besides being painted so well, it's bright and cheerful.ReplyDelete
Love this!! So juicy and colorful and vibrant. Yummy!!ReplyDelete
Beautifully captured...in fact a right wee sweetie :)ReplyDelete
I have tried painting doughnuts and sweets - but I just don't have the will power. As soon as I see it, I have to eat it!! This is wonderful! :0)ReplyDelete
Love this Kelley, it's happy without being saccharine!!ReplyDelete
sweet! you have a great ability to animate inanimate objects. love it!ReplyDelete
I love this. It reminds me of my mom, who always had a supply of hard candies in her pocket or handbag!ReplyDelete
Such a fun piece...painted beautifully!!ReplyDelete
THis is Gorgeous!!! You have made it look so effortless.ReplyDelete