Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Art Apart

Staying home in response to the pandemic has been interesting for Bruce and me. In some ways things are the same. We take walks in the woods, ride our bikes, I spend time in the studio and Bruce practices his bass. Of course, many other things are different. We really miss getting together with our family and friends.

My artist friends and I decided to keep our art dialogue going by sharing photos of the artwork we're making during this time of isolation. Bruce dubbed this "Art Apart". I have found it a little hard to focus on painting and there have been pieces that ended up in the trash. Here are some paintings that I think worked.

The first three paintings were done from life in my studio. The painting of pomegranates was done from a photo I took years ago in California. That was the first time I had seen pomegranates on a tree instead of in a bin at the supermarket. I love the way they hang and split open.


"Clementines & Mug"
14" x 11", oil on linen panel
























"Pitcher of Tulips"
18" x 14", oil on linen panel, SOLD



























"Pan of Onions"
12" x 16", oil on linen panel

















"California Pomegranates"
24" x 12", oil on linen panel








































2 comments:

  1. Love these!! I just discovered your art and it's wonderful!!

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  2. Thank you for visiting my blog and your interest in my work!
    Sara

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