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Friday, January 13, 2012

A Painting a Day - Day 5


There were no paintings Wednesday or Thursday because we had to go out of town for a family funeral. Back in the studio today for painting #5, still deciding what I think about this one, I'm open for your comments. I know what I think, but wondering what your reaction is.

4 comments:

Alabala said...

I like the predominant, poignant red in this one! Will you concentrate on the farm subject, or go with other themes as well?

Bob and Rosemary said...

Thank you so much for your comment!! At this point I am taken with this particular subject, trying to explore shapes, angles, color, perspective.....but I expect that it will evolve as the year goes on. I don't have an overall plan - perhaps I should! Suggestions are welcome!

Susan Gainen said...

Congratulations on your "painting a day" project. I am in my second year of posting a watercolor image a day to Facebook, and the discipline and fun of sharing something new every day is great.

My first round of image-a-day was tied to the months: Lost Lefthanded gloves (Jan), Missing socks (Feb), basketballs (March), raindrops (April), Introducing the LLLamas (May -- a long story), Introducing Other Small Friends (June, when my geometric abstract nanoscapes had an amicable divorce from the whimsical creatures called small friends), Ears of corn (July), Heirloom Tomatoes (August), Pencils and Crayons (September), Pumpkins (October), Leaves (November), and Hanukah Candles and Snowflakes (December).

This year, my images are not catagorizable. I began with 7 Hippos Marching, and now am posting 16 Butterflies.

Thanks for sharing your work, and keep on painting!

Bob and Rosemary said...

Susan,
Thank you so much for your comments and your encouragement. So far I'm really enjoying the process and the knowledge that I will share what I do with the whole world (at least my little piece of it!) puts a bit of pressure on that makes me really want to do my best. Whether than turns out to be a good thing or not will remain to be seen. I LOVE the different themes you chose. So far mine seems to be barns. We'll see what February brings!

I will keep painting and hope you will keep looking! I appreciate the input of other artists!