Monday, July 27, 2009
this morning done, because it's been a busy day with
other commissioned work. I don't usually paint fruit,
but I like to when it's in season. In Toronto
winter is so snowy, that the thought of fruit trees is
almost too luxurious to contemplate in the midst of
January. But now, with every tree heavily laden with
apples, peaches, plums -- my oh my, it's
exciting. I hope that excitement translates into my
little paintings. And just like Julie Davis cruising
down the highway deciding to stop for peaches,
everyone living where fruit ripens in late July,
early August can almost yearns for that fresh
fruit taste. Yum.
Have an eating-the-fruits-of-the-land day.
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- Barbara Muir
- Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- I paint and draw on commission and for shows. To commission a portrait, or purchase one of my paintings please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A major highlight in my career? Drawing Oprah Winfrey live via Skype for her show "Where in the Skype are you? Galleries: Studio Vogue Gallery, Toronto, Canada. The Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, New York City. Gallery at the Porch Door, Kingston, Canada. Your positive comments on this blog mean the world to me. I'd love to hear from you!
Just wanted to let you know I have given you the Bella Sinclair award. Thank you for all your kind words and encouragement!
Thanks so much for the award. And thanks for your kind words to me, I really appreciate your thoughts.
Looks great already. Love the pure intensity of the colors.
Gorgeous, intense color! That glass is REALLY good (did I say that loud enough...'cause it really is really good)!
I agree! That glass is really, really good! Great loose brushwork!
Thanks so much. The colour is lush -- partially because I used the open acrylics and they seem to be a bit more vibrant.
I'm so glad you think so. I was going to show the process, but the underpainting with black in places looked a bit grim.
The quick brushwork was in a effort to get to the peaches before the fruitflies, which are everywhere now because of the garbage strike -- over sometime this week! Hurray. Now it's just the pick up that has to happen, and presto back to normal.
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