Saturday, March 29, 2008

"PB & J No.7"

Oil on 1/4" Board. Approx 6"x4.875" SOLD

You know I love this subject. It might be my favorite. I tried to pack in the color anywhere I could. Also, this is post number 300 for my Daily Painting blog. When I started, that number seemed so far away but now that it's here I can't wait to paint the next 300. Thanks to the viewers, subscribers, collectors and comment(ers). Without all of you I couldn't keep this up.

7 comments:

lynndunham said...

You're so discipined. With working at a gallery full time and promoting Truman Marquez, I find less and less time to work in my studio. I will opt-in to your feed. Keep up the great work.

artistaitaliana said...

Hi Michael, I reviewed all your paintings posted on your sites and I am impressed,keep up the great work.

Regards,
Teresa

Mona Diane Conner said...

Congratulations on achieving 300, and also on your new home and studio! I especially like #299 and #300.

Takeyce said...

This is awesome! My favoriate part is the little swril of jelly and peanut buttery goodness closest to the center!

NJN said...

Great work, you've got the texture of the jelly spot on!
Cheers, Neil.

www.neil-nelson.blogspot.com

Larry Seiler said...

its amusing how just a few hints of highlight can set something off dimensionally.

Nice piece...

Barbara Pask said...

This is wonderful, so interesting to look at. Barb