Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Pillows l

24" x 24" Oil


The pillows juxtaposed against the ocean
were more interesting to me for painting #4
in a series of 5. It was a fairly bright day too.
(I did one a day for 5 days from the same spot,
though I refocused the scene
each day a bit differently)





$2400 + S/H
Beautiful floating frame with custom 2" x 1" beveled mahogany


8 comments:

  1. What a great porch! You have made it so inviting!

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  2. Hi Candy, what a wonderful series. So beautiful and fun to see the different stages.

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  3. Hi Candy, I do love this porch series. I'd love to join you right there - you make it easy to see what an inviting place it is! What a great place to just 'be'!

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  4. I am just LOVING this series of yours!

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  5. Fantastic! A great series, but this latest is a stunner. Thanks for putting up the photo of the painting in the porch. Have you seen Connie Hayes' work? A bit reminiscent.

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  6. WOW! These porch paintings just keep getting better.

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  7. What a fabulous porch and view. Reminds me of Fairfield Porter.
    I've been MIA from cruising the blogosphere and am impressed with your summer work!

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  8. Thanks you all! It's really something to work on a series too isn't it? You just get immersed with the depth of possibilities.
    And yes Cooper, I love Connie Hayes work. Her mulleins in interiors are absolutely exquisite - the loose way and brilliant color she uses!

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