Tuesday, April 26, 2011

She Sells Sea Shells

I always like the broken shells better than the whole ones because you can see the cool whorls inside. Thanks to Molly, my brilliant, sparkling, talented daughter ( she's looking over my shoulder as I type this) for the title.
Oil on panel, 6" x 6", $100 ( with free display easel) + shipping
or contact brenda@brendaferguson.com

6 comments:

suzannepaints said...

Well, that is brilliant! And beautiful.

Jerry Stocks said...

Beautifully painted--love your colors and brush strokes.

Fay Terry said...

I love the way you put your own stamp on the subject matter you paint. This is gorgeous.

Cindy Michaud said...

great color palatte...thought it might be done in pastel. Broken shells are intriguing...but much harder to paint. Delicious!

Angeli said...

This is beautiful, Brenda! Shells can be hard to do because of all the ins and outs. The shadows make a nice contrast with the shell colors.

Cheri Wollenberg said...

My first thought was that painting a broken shell would be a challenge. Your color is striking and the design is superb!