Saturday, February 26, 2011

The Caterer's by Nancy Rhodes Harper

I was recently in a workshop with Anne Blair Brown at Amelia Island Fl. We were so fortunate to have our lunches catered everyday, first class huh? The painting was of a man and woman setting up our wonderful gumbo on a cold blustery day. 6x6 Thanks for looking!

9 comments:

shirley fachilla said...

This is very nice. The guy's gesture which could have been hard to read from that angle is perfectly done.

n. rhodes harper said...

Thanks Shirley, I was hoping that would come through and I appreciate you noticing and telling me. I love your work and hope we can meet up in Nashville soon, maybe at a Chestnut paint out!

Kristie said...

I remember that day. Great idea to make a painting out of it.

n. rhodes harper said...

Thanks Kristie! I will make a painting out of anything!

Karen Bruson said...

Very nice reflective light. I need to work on that.

carol morgan carmichael said...

Great job Nancy. What fun memories. Good to see you posting!

Denise Rose said...

Great painting! I am sure they were good, but I bet their food didn't rival Rachel's! She catered the last workshop I did in Nashville with Anne. Yum! Looks like yall had a great workshop and you got some paintings completed!

Kathy Cousart said...

Love this painting and know that you simplified and made it work with the caterer's moving and working! I am jealous that you got to spend time with one of my favorite artist friends- Carol Carmichael. You all have some talent over there in Alabama. Hope to meet you one day- love your work!

Cheri Wollenberg said...

I love the color and texture you captured in this painting. Says a lot in a small format. Beautiful!