Friday, February 22, 2013

Friday at Studio 30


I spent the morning and afternoon at Studio 30 today. In the morning I painted Kat's green chair and in the afternoon we painted Elizabeth, our lovely model. I hope you had a great Friday...Happy Weekend!
To see what everyone else painted go HERE.

(Top Photo) Painting: Celeste Bergin, Life Model Elizabeth, oil on 16x20 canvas panel
(Bottom Photo) Painting: Celeste Bergin, Kat's Green Chair, oil on 9x12 canvas panel



15 comments:

Nancy B. Hartley said...

Celeste, more beautiful work! Your blog is so inspiring! I admire your consistent effort, and lovely paintings!

CrimsonLeaves said...

Gosh, both pieces are beautiful! I really love the chair piece!

Virginia Floyd said...

Love this chair! Wonderful atmosphere in this painting.

Page Railsback said...

Blow me away with this chair painting..rich, exciting, colors, drama, lose and free..yikes.
I finally am subscribed to your blog but when I receive my post..I can't seem to click onto your blogsite to comment. What am I missing?

Linda Popple said...

I can see you are still having fun with fracturing .... I love it! Elizabeth is so lovely and painted differently. Fun to see!

Julie Ford Oliver said...

You know which one I like best! That fabulous chair. How I wish I could be THAT spontaneous ! More please, more.

Sheryl Anthony said...

Love the portrait, she is beautiful. I wish I could paint a person so competently! The chair is awesome. The fracturing makes it so expressive.

GretaMichelle Joachim said...

Wow! I have been away from the blogger dashboard for a while and missed so much. Your style has evolved so much I love it; especially the green chair. I have to visit your site to see what else I missed.

Katharine A. Cartwright said...

Your work is architecturally strong and vibrant! Have a great weekend.

Dan Kent said...

The chair is a masterwork!! Expressive! Love the colors and textures and lines! Such interest!

M. J. Muir said...

I LOVE what you did with that chair. The way you used the paint is magical. Such a pleasing and artful effect. And of course, both paintings have your unique touch.

Sheri said...

I love the chair painting! So vibrant in color, and with the fracturing, you seem to be going in an exciting new direction!

mary maxam said...

Both of these are so good, but I am in love with the chair! Wonderful color and negative spaces. Your fracturings are a real inspiration!

art by Michael Perchard said...

Celeste!
This chair could be your best! Or my favorite!
(But I do not have favorites or bests! Love all your art!)
Keep on painting! Thank you!
Michael

B Boylan said...

I LOVE that chair! OMG! It is so expressive and colorful and is a delight to see. I'll have to come back often to get an eye full.