Monday, January 7, 2013

Day 6 of 30 Paintings in 30 Days

This is Day 6's painting. I actually painted this one twice. The first was a scrape-off but I am not going to get upset over scrape-offs because it's just that many more hours into my 10,000 hours to become a master oil painter.(I am reading Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell) This was a simple set- up on some fabulous material I just got from FabricGuru.com. Actually it has cute dots in it too that I attempted to do in the first painting but...so  much for the cute dots.

8 comments:

Gifts of Creation said...

The colors you chose for this are so happy and joyful! I love it.
I miss being in Jacksonville so much! Did you know I moved to Fort Worth 6 months ago? I still tell the story about how I met you.
Magdalene

Doda Smith said...

I continue to be stunned by every picture I see on your blog! You have gone from strength to strength!

Lucy Chen said...

I'm going to do oil, too. But I'm afraid it's not possible for me to do still life because of the kids :) Yours are very inspiring!

Roger Brown My Botswana Art said...

Stunning painting,very vibrant colors!

Michele said...

Lovely work, Martha, and I've enjoyed perusing your blog! Looking forward to seeing you sometime soon!

Kristy Tracy said...

Love it. Fresh and colorful without a smidge of muddy. Thanks for relating your scrape off. It gives me hope. ;)

Margaret S Milligan said...

Love the colours, lovely painting

Gifts of Creation said...

Thanks for your comment. I realized that my post was leading back to an old blog...if you click on gifts of creation now, it should lead back to my current art blog where you can see my most recent projects. Sorry about that!

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