Saturday, October 16, 2010

Jen Smith, 4 x 6 Acrylic

Yasha Sharma, 9 x 11 Acrylic

Kay Zimmerman, Watercolor & Ink

Xela Christopher, 8 x 10 Oil

Debbie Later, 4 x 6 Watercolor

Sheryl Chew, 8 x 10 Oil

Sylviane Le Cann, 5 x 7 Oil

Rebecca Wang, 8 x 10 Oil

Nancie Johnson, 9 x 12 Acrylic

Don West, 3.5" x 5.5" Watercolor


  1. Nice take on this challenging photo - love your colors, detail, and the puppy. He seems to be saying: "You up yet?" Very Nice.

  2. I really like the adding of the dog...really most dogs who beg to get in bed:)

  3. Thanks for the kind comments Jean and Cynnie!

    It was a challenge indeed. The only way I could deal with it was to use a lot of artistic license :-)

    I have a tri-color Corgi and used to have a red/white one like the one shown. As a breed, they are excellent "peekers". So this has been an often seen perspective in my own bedroom over the years :-)

  4. Thanks to you to Angela for commenting. We must have been posting at the same time :-)

  5. How cute!
    I like your interpretation!

  6. Thanks Rodica and Claire. I appreciate the comments :-)

  7. I didn't dare attempt this one and couldn't imagine that something this great would come out of a complicated challenge like this one. Adding the dog was genious. I love everything about it:)

  8. Thanks Southern Girl!
    I'm a Southern Guy BTW.
    Georgia Boy transplanted to Colorado last year. Saw your profile and I'm glad you found an outlet in art to help you cope. So let's see your version soon ok?

  9. Marie...Great Job! Especially the folds on the bedding and capturing the darkened room...Kudos!

  10. Is that a Welsh Corgi I see? I have one and this is the view he gives me every morning! Well done!

  11. Hi Debbie,
    Yes that is a Welsh Corgi...though my own is a tri-color. A red and white fir the color scheme so I went that route ;-)

    And Nancie, you did a fine job with the cropping and drama of the scene. Excellent!

  12. I love Don West's take on the challenge! Also - BED! It's my favorite place to be!