Wednesday, September 29, 2010

"100 Faces, No. 32"

4 x 4"
oil on masonite
sold



9 comments:

carol morgan carmichael said...

I love the contrast of the blue in the background and how you added it in her skin tones.

mmorris1@columbus.rr.com said...

wow. Nice work.

Julie in the studio said...

As you know I've been leaving comments for a little while, and I have seen many people telling you of their favorites. I guess I have been holding out for this one. Wow. Her relaxed position, the highlights running the center of her face. THAT BLUE!!! Karin, it even snuck into the left eye lid! I love it! I love it!I love it!I love it!

Elaine Hurst said...

I love all your work, even found an article about you in the recent "Southwest Art" issue. Congratulations on that! I really am enjoying watching you play with different colored tones on your canvas. I love to do that also, and love how it comes through. Great job!

Margo said...

That blue! Fabulous! And the color is it straight from the tube or did you mix it. Love it!

Sharon Alama Art said...

Love the repetition of that fabulous blue and the warm light on her shoulder.

Atelier Antonio Machado said...

beautiful
fabulous
congratulations

Martha said...

I am enjoying watching the variations you have used to paint this array of individuals. The varied colored backgrounds are interesting. I hope when you complete the series you will create a web page with the entire series side by side to view the diverse faces and techniques.

Karin Jurick said...

All of the 100 Faces can be viewed on this page - http://web.mac.com/kjurick/ZemArt/100faces.html

There's also a dedicated blog on this page - http://100facesbusted.blogspot.com