Wednesday, October 08, 2008

"PB and J No.11"

Oil on 2" thick cradled hardboard. Approx 12"x12" SOLD

This painting is not huge but it's significantly bigger then my usual Daily Paintings. It's painted on a 2" thick cradled hardboard with the edges painted black. This way it is ready to hang without framing. Much more convenient then spending the extra $ on a frame. I will get a few small paintings posted soon and plan on completing another large piece this month.

9 comments:

olechko said...

so realistic, I thought its a photo!

theresamillerwatercolors said...

So beautiful and yummy looking!

Marian Fortunati said...

I had signed up for your blog to be sent to my email when it came out so this was a special treat this morning! (no pun)

The first commenter mentioned that it is so realistic and I agree... What makes it so realistic....? Attention to values?.. pushing darks and lights... or is it great drawing?... or is it tiny brushes and attention to detail?
I know it's really all of that and more but what do you think is the MAIN thing?
Your work is stunning and I am glad to have stumbled on to your blog a few weeks back!

Rhonda said...

I signed up a couple of weeks ago to get updates and this is stunning! I love your peanut butter & jelly works!
Rhonda

kjs said...

Yep, you make a mean PB&J!

VIC said...

I've just added your blog to mi list of favs. I'm also a painter and although I'm not a particular fan of still life I believe your paintwork is really good. This one is my favorite and the one with the egg yolk. Good work with the brush strokes!!!

Congrats...

Susan Burke said...

Is this for sale?

Susan Burke said...

Is this for sale?

Michael Naples said...

Susan, yes this is still available. Please email me direct at michael@mnaples.com.
Thanks a lot.