Monday, January 04, 2010

Grouped


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

This isn't the best photo. After I posted it I see that the greens don't look too green. I assure they are green. Alright, that's the last time I will say green.

13 comments:

Deborah Ross said...

I love the way you have painted the texture of the oranges...beautiful.

LSaeta said...

So, you might not like the photo but the painting still looks amazing. Stunning! (As always!)

Sandra Galda said...

really nice compo and I like the way the group moves from shadow into the light. Super-- as always!

Debi Fitzgerald said...

Lovely painting! Reminds me of all the oranges I have been eating down here in florida lately... from my tree before they freeze! Have enjoyed your work!

Diana Moses Botkin said...

This is extremely beautiful, Michael; the colors and textures are so inviting. Wonderful job!

m collier said...

Very nice piece.

Kathy said...

This is a very awesome painting...those oranges look so inviting to eat. I love the highlights on the skins.

becky joy said...

This is a wonderful painting. The composition and colors are great.

Paul Coventry-Brown said...

I love this one Michael, a superb piece of painting (even when viewed much larger than life size). It has such weight, texture and form ............ excellent :-)

Dean Grey said...

Mike!

Beautiful grouping!

I love how the oranges are floating near the top of the painting.

And the muted greens on the leaves definitely look green. Just right!

-Dean

Inna Lazarev said...

Excellent realistic work in style of old masters! The oranges begged to be consumed!

Inna Lazarev
www.innaartwork.com

L.Holm said...

Awesome work.

L.Holm said...

awesome work!