Tuesday, August 26, 2008

"Group Hug"

7 x 7"
oil on masonite
sold

A few of us in the Daily Paintworks group painted tomatoes today. I enjoyed it very much - a change of pace, subject matter... always a good thing. And using oils for what they are meant for - free-flowing color and brush strokes.




11 comments:

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

Love it.
This gave me an idea for tonight dinner.A big salad, just add Feta chees and bazil.
Bon apetit

Belinda Del Pesco said...

Love the colors, and *love* the title! Excellent, as always!

rahina qh said...

just roaming through internet looking at painting blogs and came across yours: it's amazing how good artists are so bold with colours. just my observation as an unsure novice. thanks for sharing your paintings.

Melinda said...

These look quite yummy! A very interesting and engaging background to contrast with the tomatoes. You are an inspiration!

Holly Van Hart said...

Karin, that teal blue offsets the tomatoes perfectly. this is a gem of a painting! Holly

Jeff Hayes said...

absolutely delightful!

DToms said...

So Cool!! Love those colors.

onpainting said...

Like the title. I can almost taste these homegrown beauties. A tomato worm would have added to the interest.

Veronica Funk said...

Great colour...and it's really inspiring to see how differently everyone treats the same subject.

Deborah Ross said...

Karin, I love the teal and the oranges and reds! Wow! You can't miss this one in a room of paintings.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

I just love it. Juicy color and bold brushwork. Awesome!