Category Archives: painting of still life
These flowers were the last of my farmers market bouquets. The sunflowers were finished after this day of painting them. To bid click on my DPW Gallery below.
This piece has just gone up on my auction. These were sunflowers from the farmers market a couple of weeks ago now. To bid click on my DPW Gallery below.
This was done about a month ago just at the end of cherry season. Also thought the 30’s Jeannette Jadite Sugar Shaker would make a nice complement to this still life setup. This is also going to my auction tomorrow. … Continue reading
I was studying about edges when I painted this and I was pretty happy with the results, having put in a good variety of them anyways. This is a very big study in fact and I’ve just begun my understanding … Continue reading
I apologize, this piece only has one more day at auction. I’ve been neglectful of posting. My only excuse is that I’ve been painting up a storm trying to take full advantage of our excellent weather. To bid click on … Continue reading
This piece I was trying to capture the stems in the bottle and water but the flowers in fact took the show. This was a small bouquet from the farmers’ market last week. This week I went to get more … Continue reading
I seem to be on some kind of roll with 30’s depression glass. This set of salt and pepper shakers go by the name of ‘Hazel Atlas Modern Tone Cobalt Blue Salt and Pepper Shakers’. I will be doing more … Continue reading
As promised this was my second try at painting this Jadite sugar shaker and thought I did a little better job on the proportions generally. I’m liking doing the transparency of this depression glass. To purchase click on my DPW … Continue reading
I found this Jeannette Jadite sugar shaker in a local thrift/antique store and loved it, one of those pieces which will give me endless challenge and pleasure to paint. This was my first try at painting this and will post … Continue reading