Tuesday, November 11, 2014

A still life (practice) start

The weather was rough today, very cold and windy. I wanted to paint something and settled on my Winsor Newton jar with brushes. This is just 30 minutes into it and I'll do more tomorrow. Still life practice is a fine way to stay warm and dry.  

Happy Wed-nes-day!

(Top Photo) Painting on a cold day in "the Bunker"
(Bottom Photo) Practice start, Celeste Bergin, Assorted brushes, oil on 12x9 canvas panel


Sadami said...

Enjoy it fully, Celeste! Best wishes, Sadami

martinealison said...

Bonjour chère Céleste,

Une bonne manière de rester au chaud et d'oublier la grisaille qui sévit dehors... J'aime beaucoup ce pot.
Les pinceaux semblent nous tendre la main !

Gros bisous ☂ (il pleut chez moi aujourd'hui !)

Celeste Bergin said...

Martine writes: Hello dear Celeste ,

A good way to stay warm and to forget the gloom raging outside ... I love this pot.
Brushes seem we reach out !

Kisses ☂ ( it rains at me today! )

Thanks, Martine!

suzanneberry said...

just lovely Celeste!!


Painting our painting materials is always such fun. Yet I have never done it. Maybe this winter. You are an inspiration.

Pam Huggins said...

Just 30 minutes? I couldn't do that in a day!
I always LOVE your work Celeste- everything you do is artistic and beautiful- just like you.
Have a wonderful day dear friend. :-)

hmuxo said...

A beautiful still life, Celeste.
Wonderful work!!!!

Julie Ford Oliver said...

30 mins - how wonderful - fresh and accurate paint of tools close to an artist's heart.

John Simlett said...

Paint brushes ... in a pot ... like actors in the wings. each with lines unspoken about unpainted things. (an adaptation of my poem 'Pencils in a Jar')

I'm back ... for good this time ... with lots of things to do!

PS Hi Celeste!!!

CrimsonLeaves said...

Oh how wonderful, Celeste! I love the photo and of you and Quinn too. You are both beautiful!

Dan Kent said...

This is such a beautiful painting and it is only 30 minutes in?!

John Simlett said...

I hope you are well, Celeste: five days since you last posted is a long time for you

L.W.Roth, said...

A much more painterly subject than Ellis' dirty dishes and my tuna fish bowl! Well done! I like you still life stage as well.