daily painting titled Trois clémentines Corses

Trois clémentines Corses

22cm x 13cm (9"x5½"), oil on gessoed card Painting status: SOLD
Daily painting for Wednesday 10 November, 2010
Posted in Still life paintings
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Very satisfying sword like foliage..

Hi Julian What a beautiful glaze that is on David Garland's teapot. You have picked it up in the way that you have deployed the light so that we can see it and blue shapes on the surface of the pot. I would love to taste those oranges that are not unlike the onions in their dramatic placement. Are the Corsican ones different in taste than others that you have eaten?

Hi Julian, its been awhile since I commented Iknow but I love viewing your work, it brings a smile to my face each morning and gets me through the day, thanks Ruth

Your forms have so much weigh and mass. I can feel the heaviness of those beautiful oranges. Such rich colors. Gorgeous.

Me too. it's like seeing a lovely sunrise or sunset, anything like that, which has the most amazing capacity for renewing and restoring us to ourselves, reminding us why we're here, and why we paint and love art....sounds corny but you know what I mean. thanks Julian.

It seems the fruits are getting nearer to us, like a sailing vessel gliding smoothly through the water! This is,Julian,your first "In motion-still life"!

Hi Julian - It has been a while that I have been following your work....and I am re-inspired by what you do. I just took a peak and had to go all the way back to the summer. I have your book and you make me want to pick up my oils and brush...Thank you!!!