Tag Archives: fruit painting
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 finally finished this, for a small still life it gave me many challenges, because of that it got tighter then I had originally hoped. I did manage to leave parts of the painting loose. This was my second try … Continue reading
This is my 3rd study of a pomegranate recently and have put this up for auction. SOLD
To purchase click on my DPW Gallery below. This will take you directly to this piece which is available for sale.
This is my largest still life with this blue glass pitcher and a copper pot for my shiny object. Working out all the different textures was my challenge on this.
Here is a still life with this particularly nice little blue glass pitcher. I’m also working here with something shiny, a brass pot which I found recently at the thrift store.
I finished this still life painting last month and was waiting for it to dry to see if I thought it was finished. This is ‘dragon eye’ fruit and the box that everything sits on is an old fruit crate … Continue reading
This is my still life study for this months challenge from Richard Robinson site, The Complete Artist. The objects to be included are transparent glass, something shiny, oranges and orange slices on a white clothe. The daffodils were my addition … Continue reading
This was a piece I did last month, again I was painting with the intent to capture the different textures.
Another piece I did last month trying here to show the turn of the stoneware crock against the flatness of the granite base. The challenge also in painting white reflective surfaces and capturing the translucency of the grapes.