Wednesday, February 23, 2011

ARTICHOKE AND RADISHES, 9X12, OIL

Something light and bright to bring cheer on a dark and cold winter evening.  Spring is just around the corner.

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20 comments:

Kathy Cousart said...

This is fun and love the colors! Bright red radishes and all those gorgeous greens! Yes to spring coming:)

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Carol, your painting is like a breath of spring for sure... I love looking at the detail of "getting a reflection" and showing light/dark areas... We are lucky that we already have spring due to our geography!

Bises,
Genie

Kim VanDerHoek said...

Beautiful Carol!

Sheila said...

Yes....Spring is on my computer screen in the form a lovely image from you! LOVE these colors.

Shelley Smart said...

This is really nice and light and refreshing!

Angela said...

I thought this was a watercolor! It's amazing how you made oils look so fluid. Love it! :)

Kay said...

carol..your wonderful crisp painting made me hungry!!!

Old 333 said...

It snowed here today! Fire still burning, when seeds should be a-planting. Thanks for another pleasant painting!

P

Denise Rose said...

Love it Carol! Would also love spring right about now! Great colors and light on this artichoke!

martinealison said...

Très belle interprétation et belle composition... Les radis font partie de mon quotidien à l'atelier!!! et les artichauts hummmmmm, j'adore ça... Du regard à la bouche il n'y a qu'un pas n'est-ce pas?...
Cette nature morte n'en est plus une. Grâce à vous ma chère Carole elle demeure vivante.
Gros bisous.

carol morgan carmichael said...

Beautiful times three!

Carmen Beecher said...

Wonderful use of complementary colors, and beautiful composition.

Catherine Jeffrey said...

A nice light touch on this one. Love the pale blue/green highlights on the artichoke. The jewel like radishes add just the right touch.
Re:your previous post. I think your style is very apparent no matter what you paint. It even comes through in your abstracts. And part of your style is that you can paint anything. Some of us can be too serious (me) and it makes painting not so much fun at times. Having some fun with art should always be a priority.
Loved the sailors!

Christiane Kingsley said...

Such nice, pure colors! This is indeed the type of beautiful serene paintings that we need at this time of the year. Great job!

Kimberly Vanlandingham said...

Beautiful!!!!!! Wonderful colors!!

Kelley Sanford said...

Love the painting, Carol. Anxiously awaiting the opening of the farmer's market to sparkle some more paintings.

Yasmin said...

This reminds me of the stories of the floppsy bunny's! A happy memory you pictured! Fantastic!

Lorraine Shirkus said...

Lovely, Carol! So delicate and fresh!

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Wow, this is light and bright!! It has a wonderful loose and fresh appeal, Carol-- like it was effortless to paint. Wonderful!!

Boho Farm and Home said...

Just beautiful! I think I need to make a purchase! I am now a follower. xo, Caroline

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