Monday, November 18, 2013

Monday

I added some paint to this oil study from awhile back. I may add some color next. It's an experiment.

Oil Study: Celeste Bergin, Portland, oil on 18x24 stretched canvas

12 comments:

Linda Popple said...

Very dramatic!

martinealison said...

Bonjour ma chère Céleste,

Aujourd'hui cette très jolie peinture pourrait se fondre dans notre journée... Le temps est gris et pluvieux chez moi.

J'aime la silhouette de votre jeune femme réfugiée sous son parapluie...
Tout brille autour d'elle.
Je vous fais de gros bisous.

weekend et coup de brosse said...

Superbe! tu as déjà traité ce sujet et j'adore!

Celeste Bergin said...

Martine wrote:

Hello my dear Celeste,

Today this beautiful painting could blend into our day ... The weather is gray and rainy at home.

I love the silhouette of your young refugee woman under the umbrella ...
Everything sparkles around it.
I give you big kisses.

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(thanks Martine!)

Celeste Bergin said...

weekend et coup de brosse wrote:

Superb! you've deal with this subject nicely and I love it!

(Thanks weekend!)

CrimsonLeaves said...

I love the mist swirling around her feet and legs!! I am reminded of old black and white movies...Those of mystery and suspense. This looks awesome and the light you've captured is amazing.

Helen Moreda said...

I love that you are experimenting. It is how we learn but so often we have to finish, finish. This is a great little study. I intend to learn from it!

art by Michael Perchard said...

Love it as is!
Enjoy your experimenting!
Thanks for so much Celeste!
Your back to work art buddy!
Michael

Julie Ford Oliver said...

I agree with Michael - leave it and maybe paint another one with the next step. This one is too good to maybe mess with.

Twinkle Nelson said...

It's mysterious and beautiful just the way it is! I wouldn't touch it.

Page Railsback said...

No need for color.Perfect as is

Carol Hopper said...

Love it like it is. Leave it alone!