Girls Night Out, right? 2 Dirty Martini's and an appetizer to split.... if this makes it to Thursday, it will be part of the 'cocktail collection' at the Sea Rose Cottage at Bristol Art Night, in Bristol, RI. I will be the Featured Artist, and will have a fun group of paintings to share. There will be the Cocktails, the Donuts, the Pugs and the Flowers, all small, around 6x6 inches, as well as a few larger pieces I've done over this past Winter. I thought painting the 'dirty' liquid would be the hardest part of this painting, but it wasn't bad at all! And olives. I love my olives. :D
(I'm noticing the tiny edge of the painting at the bottom needs to be cropped a little better, you an see the tiny line of the panel holder. Will shoot another photo tomorrow and replace it on the blog!
All's well here.... hope you all have a fabulous week - and stop by Bristol on Thursday form 5-9 if you can!
How on earth did you manage to paint that frosty glass look? I am so intrigued by that! And I also love the salty green olives!ReplyDelete
You really captured that green reflection--love this painting!!!ReplyDelete
I was thinking the same thing. So awed by those wonderful drinks, shadows, highlights, olives, composition and colors. I doubt this is going to be hanging around until Thursday but if it is I will be thrilled to see it.ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous Kelley..donuts step aside...cocktails it isReplyDelete