Thursday, November 8, 2012

Eggs and Glass



















I've been spending more time looking at a painting, living with it
for a few days—trying to make decisions more thoughtfully. I painted
the rim of the glass the brown and yellow it was, originally, then
realized that it could be the liveliest part and wake the painting up a bit.

6 comments:

Linda Popple said...

Beautiful colors and love your loose brushwork. Your work is amazing!

Jane said...

Love this Lorraine, the rim really gives a 'lift' to the painting, great composition.

hmuxo said...

Beautifully painted, Lorraine!!

Voyages et Abstraits said...

Ta vision de tes sujets choisis est bien mise en forme sur la toile et le jeu de tes couleurs fait la magie de ton 'coup de pinceau'
Superbe !
cath.

Anne Winthrop Cordin said...

Your brushwork is what makes this painting so lively! love it!

Virginia Floyd said...

Really gorgeous, Lorraine! That rim is perfect! Love the differnt shades of color and shadows in the orange. It seems so smooth and substantial--something I'd love to put to my lips and experience.

I got an email from the Hunt Gallery that you are one of the artists featured in the open house on Saturday!