Thursday, April 15, 2010

Stretch


Oil on Gallery Wrapped Canvas. Approx 18"x18"

SOLD

7 comments:

Diana Moses Botkin said...

Your painting is wonderful, Michael. I'm quite blown away by the drama and elegance you got with a simple fruit. It's an amazing lemon!

Anonymous said...

My interpretation of spring would have been swollen, itchy eyes from these allergies :) Love this one, and wish we could keep it..
xoxo
your wife

Jonathan said...

Love the painting Michael, I went to college in Sarasota at the Ringling College of Art and Design. Really miss the beaches down there, and sunny weather! Great painting again Michael! By the way where can one see the challenges that you talk of, I would love to be a part of it!

Dean Grey said...

Mike!

Very simple composition on this one. The colors and placement make this still life feel kind of somber to me.

Love the shadow on the wall!

-Dean

Linda said...

This painting is just beautiful! Your subject is painted with depth and beautiful color. The shadow is lovely and adds much to the composition. Love it!!

Cynthia said...

Wonderful piece with wonderful shadow work.......this is an odd shaped lemon isn´t it...it would have never made it to the store...I am glad you showcased it.
It looks like a lot of oranges right off the trees in California...they never made it to the stores either....us kids ATE them all!!

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Michael, I lurk here more than comment... but I always enjoy seeing your new paintings. This lemon is so beautiful against all the warm neutrals in the background, lovely job.