3/30/10

CHARLOTTE'S KITCHEN

Back to an oldie... painted many years ago and inspired by the intrigue of glass and reflections. Yesterday my camera was mistakenly left behind as I headed home from my week of grandchildren-sitting/spoiling, so there will be no new paintings on my blog this week. Or next week.

During the week of April 12th, look for updates of the workshop being held in Indianapolis, by the Watercolor Society of Indiana. By then my camera will be back, and the events of each day, including some of my demos, will be posted. We will be exploring the exquisite possibilities of creating paintings using masking tape and watercolor! There's still time to sign up - see the right hand side bar for details.

Check out the May 1st and 2nd YUPO with FLUID ACRYLICS Workshop to be held at my studio, also taught by me. Would love to see you there if you can join us! It will be full of color, texture, and great creative possibilities as we use the acrylics on YUPO.

Be back in two weeks. Until then, happy painting.

"CHARLOTTE'S KITCHEN" Transparent Watercolor on 140#CP Arches, 11 x 17" Collected

10 comments:

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Oh if only I could but Ohio is far too far to travel!! Leaving one's camera behind is like losing a part of oneself. Hope you get it back soon.

Marthann's Musings said...

Oh my Sandy, what a beautiful work of art. I love the softness and clarity in your work. I too lost my camera in a way. I accidently deleted all of the pictures on it. Thankfully, a fellow blogger told me about a computer program that you use to get them all back off the memory card. Whew. I was so glad.
Keep up your wonderful work.
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laura said...

Fantastic painting--the light in and texture of the glass is amazing. And I just love the apple--the shape, the color!

NoNo said...

I follow your blog for some time and I love your work. Above all, you're so generous explaining the techniques. Still-life is one of my favorites subject and this has a great light.
Saludos from Spain!

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Sandy Maudlin said...

it is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



love,
Jill

RHCarpenter said...

We must have done this setup in class sometime, Sandy, because I have something very similar and I know it was from your setup or photo :) Not as lovely as this one, though.

Margaret Ann said...

Glorious reflections and play of light! Masterful! :)

Cynthia said...

What beautiful colors in the glass...wonderful piece!!

Sandy said...

Ohhh glad I stopped by to see these beauties!!