Monday, June 18, 2012

Crosswalk

I'm enjoying working with these stripes. They add such an interesting piece to the composition. What I noticed from the beginning of this series (but forgot to mention) is the way the blue and white stripes reflect on the underside of the pears. That's a subtle but fun detail to capture. It's more apparent on some of the paintings than others. Here's some of the music I moved to. (To continue looking at the art while you listen, right click on the colored word 'music' and go to Open Link in New Tab.)
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4 comments:

Mari Jose Molina said...

wonderful work!

c.dingman said...

Again your little pears with personality. Great piece.

Fay Terry said...

Brenda, I am loving these stripes and pears. They are so fresh and lively. Once again I will hate to see one of your series end but you always have something new and terrific up your sleeve!

Susan Roux said...

My blogging time seems to have come to a near halt. I don't stop long enough to leave comments, but wanted to say, I've been really enjoying your striped series! The green and blue are lovely together despite the old saying, green and blue should never be seen except for in the washing machine.