|original watercolor on paper 6x6 Reserved|
I'm continuing to work on my 6x6 series for the Randy Higbee contest. I'm going to put my entries to a vote and see what you all have to say.
My Mom bought this crystal basket at a thrift store and made the mistake of letting me borrow it. She may never get it back because I just love it. With this still life I wanted to paint a contemporary twist to a traditional Easter basket. I always love a limited palette and of course a little dramatic lighting doesn't hurt either.
I will be posting a little more frequently because the contest deadline is the 21st of this month so I have to get busy and get some 6x6's under my belt, so stay tuned!!!
Thanks everyone for stopping by and I Love, Love, Love your comments. They give me motivation and support and lots of similes. So I want to thank each and everyone of you because you make my day:) Have a Great Weekend!!
Ce panier acheté dans un magasin bon marché a sa gloire... Très belle réalisation. Vous avez joué magnifiquement bien avec les transparences et les jeux de lumières ... Douces tonalités qui affirme votre délicatesse.ReplyDelete
Mais attention! Il ne faut jamais mettre les oeufs dans le même panier!!! Sourire!
Gros bisous à vous et bon weekend.
Nice work Carrie. Love the glass basket... If it was my mum's she wouldn't get it back either. Hehehe.ReplyDelete
Love the dramatic look of this. wow it's going to be hard to pick a best 6 x 6
The way you make your subjects look different is commendable. And of course the treatment is always great. This is really lovely.ReplyDelete
p.s. We did not get a Steven's painting this time!!!
Beautiful work ! xxReplyDelete
Wonderful painting. Dramatic and love the light:)ReplyDelete
This is amazing, Carrie........but, you always amaze me with the beauty of your art.ReplyDelete
The light/shading in this exceptional, Carrie. Have a great weekend. xxReplyDelete
Wow - This is really wonderful! :0)ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous Carrie! I love the way you have handled all the light and glass! You have an amzazing talent! :-)ReplyDelete
you are so lucky to have a distinct style. love it.ReplyDelete
Another winner Carrie! You managed to make the eggs look really delicate and fragile.ReplyDelete
Beautiful glass. The eggs are just glowing!ReplyDelete
Carrie, cristal ? Oh, I am sure it will be a great watercolor like pumpkins and red chickens!! I look forward to seeing the final result ! Friendly,ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! Look at all those beautiful whites! Your work is amazing. Congratulations on a gorgeous composition!ReplyDelete
Enjoyed seeing your work! The glass is amazing. Isn't it fun to paint?ReplyDelete