Sunday, October 4, 2009

"Out Matching"

12 x 12"
oil on masonite

A couple, with a mutual love for yellow pants, browsing the galleries in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This painting is one of two that will be auctioned in the annual Charleston Art Auction, taking place November 7th - my second year participating in the event and I'm very excited.

Please click here for a larger view.


LeSan said...

You have captured this quite well indeed. I love the way you have treated the light and folds of the fabrics.
Now for the part that makes me struck me a little "stalkerish" at first glance. LOL
That's all me though. Not your painting. hehe

Dan Jaboor said...

Thank you for sharing your art with the world.

AutumnLeaves said...

I always love paintings within a painting. I really like that two people are wearing yellow pants too. Not something I normally see one person wearing! I think this piece is lovely. Good luck with the showing!

Poconoangel said...

I love seeing your paintings! Philadelphia has so many wonderful spots too! My brother in law lives near to Philly. He is a painter also. I will have to tell him about your blog! - Keep on sharing! It's wonderful!

Maureen said...

I am enjoying the title for this painting as it leads my mind to think of various meanings on the word matching.
Then The positions of the figures and their different sizes has a way of luring me into the painting examining many of the elements in the gallery,the large painting, the stool, and the white description plaque. I love the sense of depth and movement. Best of luck for this painting at the auction and thanks for sharing.

Alvin Richard said...

The perspective with the two figures really gives it a lot of depth!