Oooh, I like the colors. They are so fresh and harmonious too. I like what you are learning from Kat and it shows.
Hi, Celeste, The work is so lovely, particularly, colours are very eye pleasant. Thank you very much your cheers for my blog!!Best wishes, Sadami
Quelle luminosité sur cette toile, j'aime ces couleurs qui rendent ta composition pleine de lumière, j'aime beaucoup!Bonne semaine.Cath.
Oh boy! Look at those pottery pieces!
It sure does show some promise! It looks lit up-very Henry Hensche somehow.
I actually gasped when I viewed this. Your use of color is gorgeous. I am going to show this to my class
Love those colors, Celeste!!! I need to see this one finished!..Love it already!!
Yes it does. Great color. Now glazes I presume? Starting with basic colors than adjusting values with glazes. Interesting approach in oils--same as acrylics. Nice. Schmid's stuff is looking a bit old school to me, which I imagine is popular, but stuck back in time perhaps? That thought came to me while reading his book yesterday.
weekend et coup wrote:What brightness on the canvas, I love these colors that make your composition full of light, I love it!Good week.Cath.(thanks, Cath!)
Thanks Brenda, Sadami, Cath, Sherry, Libby, Casey, Page, hmuxo and Linda! LW, this was not glazing, per se..It was all done in one session. There is an underpainting that was done with Damar and Lindseed oil and allowed to dry, but only for 15 minutes. I understand what you are saying about Schmid....his work is very natural...and earthy.I appreciate your comments! I've gotten a little behind looking at everyone's blogs..I'll catch up today!
Oh oh oh! love this sun drenched palette! just great!
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