Observations and thoughts about the fine art of painting
Hi David, Nice way to break down how to do these reflections. And, I love the word.When you get a chance, check out my blog and the reflection I did. lol take it easel, kath-
Kath, we both are reflective surface offionados!
This is beautiful, David. I must ask if it is an antique too? I don't often see electric tea kettles these days, though I haven't really looked either. There is something art deco about this design though so I am thinking antique and beautiful!
Gorgeous. Super painting of the kettle.Take care,Barbara
Autumn, Right on, girl!! My wife purchased a set of kitchen ware about 15 yrs. ago from a major manufacturer. The wares were retro designed, and this plug in tea kettle was part of the collection.
Kick-ass Mr L, I would to try thisin your class, So sad its ending saturday, I gotta boo-boo lip. Dr Finch
it is super shiny looking! great painting :)
Boo boo lip, there is only one solution... check out Studio S12 for great art activities and get on my email list. Seeya Sat.!
Hi Celeste, You know what?,,,I think I've posted this painting before! I guess I like the shine too!
Fantastic! I like the bold and confident way you painted this (same goes for the train tracks).
Thanks, hippo cowgirl! (Leslie Sealey).
G'day David, this is a beauty! Hey it goes beyond technique this! I hope your students realize that! This is a real gem of a work of art imo! Not merely a study (not that you said it was). But it goes beyond 'painting reflections' which *you* can ace in your sleep imo. You're way too modest! This is great genre art! a great composition. Very strong. Congrats.best wishes,wayne
Very cool. Love it.
G'day back to u, Wayne. I like this one...it's the second time I've posted it. I see I'm not the only one to be attracted to it mate!
Hey, Ed! Glad to hear from you and glad you like this little diddy.
David whats the name of this painting eh :)
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