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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Red Reflections

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"Red Reflections"
Oil, 8" x 10" on museum quality canvas panel.
$400.00 with display easel.

I am definitely going through a "red stage" right now. There is something about bright red (and orange) paint that makes me happy. So I hope you don't mind if there are a few red boats on my blog this week! Dreama and I are getting ready for our workshops next week. The three day painting class is full and I am so excited about everyone who is attending the workshop. We are going to have a blast!

Dreama and I do have space in our one day marketing workshop which will be held in Pasadena on Sunday, September 26th from 10:00 - 4:00 pm. If you are local, you won't want to miss it. This will be a hands-on workshop experience so be ready to have us look at all of your marketing efforts (website, blog, business cards, newsletters) as we will assist everyone personally! And if you don't have any marketing materials then this is a perfect workshop for you! For more info click here.

I do have a few spots left in my one day October 16th workshop which will be held at Cannery Arts in Newport Beach, CA. The one day workshop is all about palette knife painting and if you are in Southern California, I don't think you will want to miss it! Please email here if you would like to sign up for the class.

9 comments:

Kelley Sanford said...

I'm right there with you on the "red". Really like this piece. Bring on the RED!

Dreama Tolle Perry said...

I am feeling the red too! This is a great painting. I love the chisel feel of that palette knife work you do so well. Looking forward to seeing you do it first hand at the workshop!

Portrait Painting By Johanna Spinks said...

Having just returned from a trip painting boats, as opposed to my normal portrait career, may I say I have a renewed respect for your handling of boats. YOU do it very WELL with a voice!

Darren love said...

Love your pallet knife work!... I would very much like to attend your workshop coming up ... but coming from Australia... its a very long way,... maybe hold the next one over here.

Darren

martinealison said...

Très belle composition, ce rouge la rend forte, puissante... j'aime

Gabe said...

Una composizione pulsante e viva. bella

Marian Fortunati said...

I love the little bits of green at the waterline... Terrific!

bricarwaller said...

Love the red. I never tire of red it is my favorite color. Beautiful work!

mary maxam said...

The palette knife and broken brush work are so great here, not to mention the color and reflective shapes-excellent

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