Friday, October 3, 2008

Cloud Gate Sculpture

The weekly challenge painting from Different Strokes From different Folks http://differentstrokesfromdifferentfolks.blogspot.com/


I was hesitant about this challenge because it looked difficult but it was really so much fun. KISS=keep it simple stupid! Something I kept saying to myself while painting. 8x10 oil on hard board
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15 comments:

Pattie Wall said...

I love your shadows underneath the bean. Thanks for sharing you used KISS which will help me when I get to this one!

Edward Burton said...

Nice one, Nancy. You really captured the reflective quality of the sculpture. I have added the link to your blog on my blog.

Andy Mathis said...

Very nice Bean. I really like the cloud reflections.

Rick Nilson said...

Nancy,

I like this a lot. Very nice.

n. rhodes harper said...

Thanks Pattie! I use that as my mantra these days!

n. rhodes harper said...

Edward, I added you as well, thanks for the visit.

n. rhodes harper said...

Thanks Andy and thankyou for visiting my blog. The paintings on your website are wonderful!

n. rhodes harper said...

Thanks Mr. Rick!

dominique eichi said...

Very nice Bean reflection. I will remember the KISS of the art world. It is much needed sometimes thanks.

Mark Bridges said...

Cool. Just like you were there.

Alice Thompson said...

Congragulation Nancy on being featured on Charley Parker's blog lines and colors!

Mary Spires said...

Hey Miss Nancy, love the "Bean" painting.....plus you've been painting a lot! We're on our way back to Florida at the end of this week. Carol's workshop is at the end of the month, then I hope to join you painting Karin's weekly challenge!!! Would love for you and Charlotte to come down for a visit....we could get out and paint!!!!!

n. rhodes harper said...

Sounds great Mary! Have fun at Carol's workshop, you lucky girl!

Sherrie Russ Levine said...

Just saw your work featured in the Charlie Parker art blog...way to go! Your bean was one of my favorites also!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

awesome job on that very difficult picture!