A blue-banded old fashioned tea pot, cup, and cream pitcher on a white tablecloth posed several problems for me. The first one was making the teapot look like china. The reflection seemed to do the trick. The lemons were an add-on to tie together the pieces of china. To see more information go to my online art gallery by clicking here.
The oranges in this painting have a rough texture! It is an 8″ x 10″ acrylic painting on a canvas panel. To see more information go to my online art gallery by clicking here.
Cheerful, primary colors to brighten up a winter day.
I used the same blue and white table cloth for all of my River Market paintings. Actually, at the River Market the produce is sitting on the plain surface of white tables.
This painting and the next two were inspired by summer trips to Little Rock’s River Market.
I am learning how to transfer photos of my art from the computer into my Cronesinger Gallery. I would never be able to do this without the help of my husband who is a wizard at this computer thing. I have to go over how to do everything a number of times before I catch on. I think I was born in the wrong generation! I will try to post a few photos every week so watch my Gallery! It is on the right hand side of my home page. If you click (or double click) any image the gallery will open up as a slideshow. You can navigate with the right and left arrows.