Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Double Cross


More tomatoes, scallions and stripes. This time with a fork.

6x6 oil on canvas panel
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14 comments:

bricarwaller said...

Very summery! Love the color combination.

Gwen Bell said...

Loving this combo of colors and props...great job on that fork! Really strong composition.

Diana Marshall said...

Love the title and colour combination and great composition.

Carol Blackburn said...

Thought you were getting ready to pulverize that tomatoe and celery for a refreshing summer drink, then realized you said it was scallions. Not quite a nice summer drink, huh! Lovely one, Carolyn. I guess I'm just thirsty!

DJ said...

Wow. Your fork is wonderfully rendered.

Bobbi Heath said...

I love this twist on the previous painting! Adding the fork is great and in both cases the colors are just stunning. I could grab those tomatoes and start munching. Beautiful job.

carol morgan carmichael said...

Really like the composition, colors and brushwork in this piece. Very fresh.

Kim Blair said...

Gorgeous fork! I love the graphic shapes of light reflecting off the stainless steel.
Kim

Dusty Pines said...

i really like this - so bright - and great composition, too! makes me wanna try painting silverware!

Lisa Orgler said...

I love that fork! Beautiful once again!

Lisa Riehl said...

Lovely! I'm really digging the stripes in your paintings, and the colour combos!!!

Karen Bruson said...

Really luscious reds in the tomato. Beautiful

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Oh, the things you can do with a tomato, scallions and a utensil! I love this composition, and the colors - my favorite!

Carolyn Finnell said...

Thanks everybody. This painting is one of my favorites but sometimes the ones I like best are not that popular. So it's really validating to read so many nice comments.