Tuesday, June 11, 2013

#172, "Two Slices of Life", oil, 6" x 6"

On day 2 of the Qiang Huang workshop I painted this little still life. I used a palette knife and thick paint for the orange slices. I often use thick paint with a brush, but it was so satisfying spreading that paint on there like butter. Also I'm not used to painting so small, but I really enjoyed focusing all of my attention on this little 6" x 6" panel. I look forward to doing more small ones in my studio. I have been painting more than I have been posting. So I should be getting a few more larger pieces posted in the next week or so. There is so much life out there to live it is hard to get around to everything all the time.My Interiors of Langley series is coming along really well. Stay tuned! The Ray for the Day is "Two Slices of Life".

5 comments:

Michele Gibson said...

Beautiful!

Roy Tan said...

Hey, it was nice to get to meet you at the workshop! Seems like we both got a lot out of it.

Mary migeon said...

Is this for sale, perchance?

Phyllis Ray said...

Yes, Mary Migeon (so good to hear from you), this is for sale for $125.00.

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