Sunday, January 22, 2012

Muddy Waters

This is the jar our daughter Molly uses to rinse her acrylic brushes. I like the way the light shines through the residue clinging to the bottle and all the telltale colors.  A little appropriate and very sexy music. ;o)  (To continue looking at the art while you listen, right click on the colored word 'music' and go to Open Link in New Tab.)
Oil on panel, 6" x 6", $100 ( with free display easel) + shipping

3 comments:

The Muse of The Day said...

There is a gentleness in this painting of the painting jar, it must be the way the light falls on the brush handle and on the side of the jar? Perhaps it is the darkness of the background. No, it is the light ... When I see it, it is as if I, myself, was stopping to take notice ... as if I was in the room myself.
It makes me think of all the moments I have noticed, really seen the moment, not just the object. In a nutshell, Brenda, this painting makes me feel like I should drop everything and paint. To me, that says a lot about your painting. I am high-fiving you all the way from Tennessee. Carolina

Jennifer Koach said...

Love your unusual subject. It's the art of seeing. Beautifully done.

paraskevi malouxou said...

lovely... don't stop the good work...