Thursday, February 16, 2012

Bufalo Hot Sauce

8"x10" acrylic on masonite

After painting many other subjects in the past few weeks, I was in the mood for a still life. I wanted to do one with a bottle of some sort and thought this arrangement would be perfect. The background is very loose and I kept the subject detailed. I really enjoy painting in this style and can't wait to start another.

12 comments:

  1. Very nioe work. This calls for some wings!

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  2. You always amaze me with the variety in your work and how you can shift from landscapes, portraits to still life with such ease.

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    1. Thank you Frances! I appreciate that. I wish it was with such ease. You don't see my struggles;) I am learning with every painting.

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    1. Thank you Carol, but I don't know Mike. I will take the compliment though. Ha!

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  4. This works well. Great job with all that lettering--the part that always trips me up. Love "Aslan"--great face--and what you said about your works growing on you. I find that too-although sometimes the opposite.

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  5. Thank you Stephanie! Yes, the lettering is always a pain... I am not a fan of painting the lettering either. I would agree about the opposite. But that's a good thing isn't it? It only shows improvement.

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  6. You did a great job with the lettering! I have difficulty with painting that as well. Excellent painting, Brad.

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  7. This is a beautiful painting, Brad!..I love visiting your blog...this piece is so realistic...Love it.!

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