Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Wed-nes-day!

I meant to get back to the horse from yesterday, but I painted this from my left over grays instead. It's an imagination painting. (Confession, I may have been influenced by the fact that I've been watching some of the Jodi Arias trial. She has been telling the jury that her memory of the crime can be described as "foggy").

Painitng: Celeste Bergin, Fog, oil on 8x8 canvas panel

12 comments:

Julie Ford Oliver said...

The close values work really well with this one. Full of mood.

Sheryl Anthony said...

Very funny that your inspiration is a trial?
I like this. Do more!

Frau Seidenhase said...

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Birgit

Katharine A. Cartwright said...

Love the neutrals! Your work from imagination is wonderful.

CrimsonLeaves said...

How beautiful!! I wish my imagination were as rich. Another moody piece too. I love how your mind works...influence by Arias' foggy memory.

L.W.Roth, said...

From memory does good things. You've inspired me to go see what kinds of grays I can get from that palette saved in the freezer since January 22nd. I do hate to throw good paint away.

Carol Flatt said...

Celeste, this is very appealing. Reminds me of the fog that would roll in on the Monterey Peninsula and seep through the trees. I love your neutrals. You have inspired me to try a similar approach. Thank you!

hmuxo said...

I envy anyone who can just create a painting from their imagination. This is beautiful..I love the misty look to this! Wonderful job, Celeste.

Nancy B. Hartley said...

So ethereal, just like the real thing! Beautiful, and mysterious, I love it!

mary maxam said...

Oh yes, definitely full of mood! This is like great Haiku poetry-just enough!

Linda Popple said...

Love this!

Dan Kent said...

Wild and wonderful!!!