"Cucina Italiana" ~ A Painting a Week

Freitag, 27. April 2007

"Cucina Italiana"

Well... yes... ok, it's been a while since I posted last. I spent a week in Marocco just before Easter, and then spring and the nice weather kept me from painting. But now I'm back at the easel and finished my Italian still life.
While the last paintings I posted where done in a rather quick and loose way, today's painting is done in layers / glazes and took quite some time. But I really like the effect and depth achieved with glazing.

"Cucina Italiana"
acrylics on canvas, 13x28 cm

Ehmmmm... ja.... also....
Nun, es gibt keine Ausrede, es ist schon viel zu lange her seit meinem letzten Eintrag. In der Zwischenzeit war ich eine Woche in Marocco, dann war Ostern, und bei dem schönen Frühlingswetter kam ich kaum zum Malen.
Aber ich habe doch eines meiner zwei Bilder fertig. Im Vergleich zu den letzten Bilder habe ich diese in Schichten gemalt, um mehr Tiefe und lebendigere Farben zu erhalten.


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Fides hat gesagt…

I really really like it, it looks stunning ... can't wait to see the original!
Fides

Anonym hat gesagt…

Where is the order slip? This painting is absolutely great. Love it. Can't wait to see more like that.

Momo

Stacy hat gesagt…

Wow! This is fabulous. Well worth the wait. :D Those tomatoes look so juicy I want to steal one and have a bite. YUM!

Africantapestry hat gesagt…

I just discovered your blog....I love your previous work and this one is stunning! Great style you have, wonderful use of color, lovely depth...I enjoy it all and will enjoy seeing more
Ronell

Jennifer Rose hat gesagt…

Wonderful painting! Great shine on those tomatoes.

Regula Scheifele hat gesagt…

Thanks everybody! - I must say I enjoyed painting the tomatoes. I'm thinking about another piece the same sice to go with this one.
Hmmm... What would be typical for "Cuisine Française"...?

Christeen hat gesagt…

Wow- this is amazing. What a beautiful painting!

Sandy hat gesagt…

This is so gorgeous. I followed you here from Dee's blog, glad I did..Beautiful work.