Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Tangerine Twirl


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

It felt good to paint this one a little tighter then most lately.

13 comments:

Susan Rose said...

Beautiful color, light and perspective.

rahina q.h. said...

makes we want to reach down and pick it up.. just beautiful. r

JEANNE ILLENYE said...

Love the subject and concept of textural contrasts. Fabulous! Jeanne

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Nice results and I love the composition. Very unique!

Dean Grey said...

Mike!

This is really good!

Nice subtle pit marks in the tangerine's peel and the leaves are rendered beautifully!

Another Naples Classic!

-Dean

dr.jyoti gupta said...

still life can be so beautiful!more than real!

vickiandrandyrossart said...

WOW! Scratch 'n sniff? looks that real!

Marilyn M. King said...

Different view point for you and even though a bit tighter, still has your "mark" on it and recognizably yours.
Your orange hues are beautiful and the contrasts create convincing dimensions. Wonderful painting!

becky joy said...

Very nice point of view and the reflected light really brings it to life.

Lisa Daria said...

Beautiful! I'm on this fabric research blog quest - looks great, I'm particularly intrigued by the glow onto the fabric - really lovely - I like the shadows a lot too - lovely piece!

Christella said...

That is gorgeous.

MyArtInProgress said...

i love the little amount of orange you put on the fabric, awesome

DSM said...

Nice limited palette; composition is one of your best.