Saturday, March 9, 2013

The Dinghy

It is so fun every month when Betty and Rynda and I get together at my studio and paint. Rynda worked on her fabulous apples while Betty and I painted the dinghy from Richard Robinson's workshop #19. This is a 12x12 and we painted from his reference photo. He is a really good online teacher and I highly recommend him if you want to learn to be a better painter.

Here are betty and Rynda at the studio.
It was fun!


Sharon Tomlinson said...

Such an inviting studio. Your painting of the Dinghy is fab!

Maggie R said...

The painting of the Dinghy is amazing..Love it.. Your work is so inspiring. I haven't painted for a number of years whem fibre arts took over!!! I have the urge to get the brushes out again! Thanks so much.....
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Leslie said...

I've enjoyed all your flowers but this little dinghy is wonderful. The complimentary colors grab me (especially these two), the seagull is a great touch, and I love all the visible brushstrokes. Very nice!

Caryl said...

Oh my gosh... how weird is this. I joined Richards site last month and did workship 18 an now on 19. That is freaky.. of all the workshops we could be doing we did the same one! I love your painting...well done ;o)

Charmingdesigns said...

keybaoI'm in love with this...I'm going to go check out this guy!

Charmingdesigns said...

LOL that first word was my word verification...not sure how it got in my comment

fran pascazio said...

This is a fabulous painting! I can picture it sitting on the shore line waiting for someone to jump in and take it out on the water!!! I LOVE IT!!!!

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