Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Oranges/Hydrangea 2

























This is the last of the surviving oranges pose. I've been working
on several panels and a canvas, revisiting whatever is dry and
whenever I have some inkling of what to try, mostly color-wise.

6 comments:

Carol Flatt said...

Wow, Lorraine,
That shaft of orange light through the vase is stunning. I continue to admire your use of many colors to shape the form.
Happy holidays to you and your family!

Kathy Cousart said...

Beautiful light and shadow in each object. Then the color harmony makes it all work together beautifully!!

martinealison said...

En admirant cette dernière peinture je ressens comme de la pureté... Un douceur pourtant si puissante...
Un beau contraste de couleurs avec celui de l'hortensia blanc...
Gros bisous à vous ma chère Lorraine.

Julie Ford Oliver said...

I love the way you use the color to emphasize your design. This is great - especially with that orange glow

Pétales de fées said...

Ma chère Lorraine,
this painting is a success! What a great idea to place a head hydrangea just outlined, but light and allows the light to come and go between the orange and the background ... a marvel! Really!
Kisses and good day to you!

hmuxo said...

Great shadow work!! Excellent work, Lorraine!!