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Onion and Peppers – Karen Winters Daily Painting

September 25th, 2007

“Onion and Peppers” – 5″ x 7″ oil

Yesterday, my “Blackberry Summer” still life painting found a home with a collector, so I painted another little vignette in the same still life genre. It’s soaking wet, which is why the top of the painting is glistening from the light shining on it. When this is dry it will go to the gallery, unless it gets nabbed from the blog first.

Today I think I might paint some cut flowers as part of my demonstration today. When we arrived on Sunday morning to get ready for our reception, we saw that some beautiful flowers were being removed from the manor house nearby – there had been a wedding the night before. I inquired about the destination for the flowers and rescued them from a fate in a landfill. There was plumeria, bells of Ireland, lisiatris, roses, hydrangea and many other beauties. If they’re still a few fresh ones this morning I think it might be interesting to turn into a watercolor or small oil painting. I’m going to play it by ear.

I have been remiss in responding to all the lovely comments and good wishes you’ve left here and sent to me privately in the past few weeks. I want you to know that I appreciate each and every one of them and I am not ignoring you. I’m just very short on sleep and have to stay focused on painting and prepping each night for the day to come. I promise to make the rounds of seeing what you all are doing, and answering questions, just as soon as I can. Karen

2 Comments »

  1. Excellent onion Karen. Congratulations on your ‘blackberry’ sale, I can’t see it listed here anywhere and was curious…How much do you charge for a 5×7″ oil?

    Comment by Anita — September 25, 2007 @ 9:44 am
  2. This just glows!

    Comment by Casey — September 26, 2007 @ 10:30 am

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