Wednesday, May 27, 2009

"Cherries On Glass"


Oil on 1/8" Gessoboard. Approx 6"x6" SOLD

This is the first time I set something up on a piece of glass. I really like the whole reflections it shows. Not just the implication of a reflection. It was a nice challenge.

12 comments:

LSaeta said...

Oh my gosh Michael. How do you paint like this? I love painting reflections and you have done a wonderful job with these cherries on glass. Another stunning painting!

schilderijen said...

Every time Naples loads up. he kinda makes my day ;)

Thanks so much for that

DickPlat

Amsterdam, Holland

rahina qh said...

Great use of the grey in the reflections, beautiful painting. r.

Shirley Peters said...

Beautiful work. The complimentary colours work well. I am especially interested in how you have "cooled" the reflections.

ee said...

Yum....absolutely beautiful!

Jeff and Leslie Cohen said...

So lively and expressive. Beautiful!

Ann Rogers said...

Beautiful composition, with the perfect color combination. The grey in the reflection is just the right touch for the glass.

victoria said...

These cherries look delicious! i like the matching highlights in the reflections :)

Victoria Viramontes
www.victoriaviramontes.blogspot.com

KEITH PROCTOR Daily painting blog said...

BEAUTIFUL

polusladkaia said...

you bring so much joy into the world, thank you

schilderijen said...

masterpiece in miniature

Dean Grey said...

Mike!

The reflections were a clever way to fill the empty space of the painting, essentially doubling the amount of cherries on the canvas.

Lovely!

-Dean