Monday, November 8, 2010

White Pitcher and Green Apple

A break from landscape for a few days, back to still life and a quick study in three colors.

11 comments:

Aubrey Studebaker said...

Beaut!

Adrianne in Portland said...

Gorgeous!

Can I even begin to guess the three colors?

Lemon yellow
Q. Rose
Prussian Blue

NATIVIDAD said...

BELLISIMA ACUARELA.
SALUDOS

sue said...

Oh, LOVE this!

newmexicomtngirl.com said...

Que Bonita!!!
love working with limited colors too.
peace n abundance,
CheyAnne
http://cheyannesexton.etsy.com

Carol said...

Beautiful glow!

Irina said...

Fantastic colors and composition. I love how you manage whites.

Susan Abbott said...

Thanks so much for your comments, all. Adrienne, you're close--the pigments I used are aureolin, alizarin crimson, and prussian blue.

I.S. said...

I went to see all the label " still life " , and it's amazing !!!! bravo !

Isabelle

Katherine Thomas said...

I love all the reflected colors in this picture! I can't seem to achieve that freedom of unifying the colors throughout the composition. How do you break free from the idea that the pitcher is white. The peach is orange. etc. Would you like to join a new artists group? I'd love to see what you come up with for the theme Candy and Sweets.
http://littleartclub.blogspot.com/

Monica Quintavalle said...

Questo acquerello e' bellissimo !