Thursday, May 20, 2010

Jen Smith, 10 x 10 Acrylic

Sylviane Le Cann, 6 x 6 Oil

Rebecca Wang, 8 x 10 Oil

Bernard Echanow, 7 x 10 Watercolor

Suzanne Berry, 16 x 16 Oil on Canvas

Ines, 5 x 4 Watercolor and Ink

Jean Nelson, 6 x 6 Acrylic

Sheryl Chew, 6 x 6 Oil on Canvas

Carolyn Cobb, 6 x 6 Oil

Linda Popple, 6 x 6 Oil on Board

Dianne Lanning, 5 x 7 Acrylic on Canvas Board

Beverely Atkins, 2 x 3 Acrylic

Irina Rekhviashvili, 12 x 16 Pastel

Byannick, 7 x 5 Oil on Board

Angela Sullivan, 8 x 8 Acrylic on Panel Board

Torrie Smiley, 6 x 6 Acrylic on Canvas

Beth Connolly, Watercolor

Monday, May 17, 2010

challenge six

Once again, thanks to everyone who participated and shared their work from the last challenge. I'm so completely impressed by the sheer ability of all and their willingness to allow myself and others to ooh and ahh over their efforts.

I hope you enjoy painting this next challenge. I found these little guys at a local antique shop and while I'm quite sure they're not yet antique or even of vintage status just yet, I thought they might be fun to paint. The deadline for challenge six is Tuesday, June 8th. (I'm extending the deadline one day as I will be out of town until then for a long weekend.)

Also, if any of you have any suggestions of items, people, places you'd like to see here, please feel free to leave a comment! Right now my biggest enemy are overcast days piling up on the exact days I am free to take photos, so if any of you can will the sunshine my way that would be much appreciated also. But seriously, if you have a particular landscape or if you prefer portraits, please let me know! If you hate flowers but love painting food, drop a line!