Saturday, December 1, 2007

Turban Squash Lanscape

Here is one of the first squash I painted and this one I did with Oil Sticks. Oil Sticks are a large round stick that are Oil paint and some wax and a medium to hold it all together. You use oil sticks as you would oils and a brush, but this is just so juicy and fun to use. It is as if you were a kid again and using crayons, large crayons.
This Painting won the Biennial Award at the New Hampshire Art Institute in 1993.

8 comments:

The Devil Dog said...

And it is mine, MINE MINE, I tell you. Okay, it's mom's.

Roxy

Mickey said...

Well that is too cool! Congrats for the award too!
Big crayons,hahaha! See,it's not work when you have fun at what you do!
Have a great weekend!

Team Tabby said...

Wonderful painting of squash and congratulations on getting the award!

Jeanne said...

Thanks team tabby, i just love painting with oil sticks or oil paints and now acrylic. I love learning new things. I bet you do too. Thanks, Jeanne

Melissa & Emmitt said...

Merry Christmas Jeanne!
Your work is absolutely unbelievably beautiful! Thank you for visiting my blog and saying hello.

I have added you to my blogroll so we can easily stay in touch.

:) Melissa
www.pugnotes.com

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