Thursday, January 29, 2009

TEAPOT AND CHOPSTICKS SOLD


Every Monday morning, I paint with my group "Pieces of Eight" at the artist guild in town. The artist guild is a wonderful place, a huge old rambling loft chock full of easels, spotlights, set-up materials and on occasion, goodies to eat and drink. This week, I decided to bring my own materials and make a set-up for those of us who wanted to give it a try. So this is what I ended up with. I took a photo of all our paintings, with the hope that I could post it, but, alas it was full of glare. This is an 8x10 oil on panel.

We are moving along with our "traveling painting" designated for cancer survivors. Thanks to all of you who contacted me with the name of a recipient. This will be an ongoing project, so please feel free to contact me at any time if you wish to be added to the list. We hope to ship our first painting in four or five weeks. I will keep you updated on the project.




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12 comments:

Dianne said...

Dear Carol, I have so enjoyed looking at your blog. I love the idea of loaning a painting to assist in the healing process. Good luck with your venture!

Sheila said...

Thanks for keeping us updated on your project. I have come to realize that artists are some of the most generous people on earth. Is it because we choose to see the beauty in the world?

sanjeev joshi said...

nice painting.i liked the light in the painting.keep it up.

Tatiana said...

Your blues here tie this painting up!

Art with Liz said...

When I don't log in I keep missing paintings. I love the way you do your still lifes, but I've just picked up on Roman Cafe which is absolutely terrific.

jennifer woodburn said...

Your teapot glows! I wish I could capture light like you do. I love the idea of the painting on loan for those recovering from cancer. Art is one of the many ways we can keep giving.

Kim VanDerhoek said...

I love how the chopsticks in this anchor the painting.And the oranges colors are places so well, they keep my eye moving around this painting. What a gem!

John Hlavinka said...

I really like your color use. Beautiful.

Laurel Daniel said...

Gorgeous light and color - this is fabulous!

Carmen Beecher said...

Carol, the composition in the teapot painting is quite effective. I'm loving these teapots. Your pastel with texture is beautiful, I'd like to see more of those.

Nancy and the fatties said...

Beautiful work Carol. your painting seems to absolutely glow. Thanks for the kind words on my post today. Stay warm there in wintry Florida! : )

Annie Salness said...

Carol,
I am really struck by the color in this painting! It's absolutely beautiful!

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