Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Plumbago y Lila




The classes at the Institute of Bellas Artes have come to an end for the second semester and will start again in September. After the show last month, I have worked some much smaller pieces and have been working on my oil still life over grisaille. That one I have finally finished and will hope to post on my other blog this week. I have also been working on a big Mixed Media piece that I hope to post on this blog as soon as it is finished.


I had never worked with this color palette before and found it quite pleasing.

Oil on MDF board. 12X12 inches

6 comments:

WILSONART said...

It's very interesting, Mary,,,and quite floral feeling.
Great palette,,,not one I'm normally attracted to use myself, but as you say,,,it IS very pleasing!

Billie Crain said...

i thought "IT'S A GARDEN!" when i first saw this, Mary. i think it's a wonderful departure from your usual style, which BTW, has been ever changing lately. it's great to see you exploring new territory. i think this one is a big hit!*thumbsup*

Mary said...

Babs, thank you for feeling the flowers that was why the title in Spanish of plumbago. It was the first thing that came into my mind.

Billie thank you for the comment, I felt much more comfortable with this one and it went faster. Using the knife is so new to me but I am beginning to like it.

Shayla said...

I agree, Great color combo!! I'm drawn right in to the aqua and turquoise. Excellent piece!

Robin Neudorfer said...

oooooh new colors. Love 'em ...and I get to see each and every one of them in ...well very very soon.

Sylvia Jenstad said...

Wow... love your colours... really cool... Ialso love 'Abstract Vases'