Friday, August 21, 2009

Bananas and Fruit and Glass Bowl, Oil, Sold

A while ago I put all my banana paintings together so you could see the series as a whole. I could not find an image of this particular painting but lo and behold I managed to find it and upload it so you could all see it. I work in series of eight so I still have two more to go. This painting is sold and the owners are very happy

13 comments:

Lisa B. said...

Jeanne,

These are beautiful! Wonderful colors and great composition, quite unexpected. Your paintings have wonderful technical skills as well as a colorful, painterly quality.
For the question you left on my blog, if you go into your "layout" on your blog, click on "edit" on your friends blog list. A pop up screen "configure blog list" will come up and you can check mark the choices you want for all of the blogs. The options I chose were: Icon, Title of most recent item, Thumbnail of most recent item (this is where you can see a picture of your last painting on my blog list), and date of last update. I have to say, I'm having a lot of fun with this. Thanks so much for wanting to be my painting blog friend!
Lisa

Claudia Marchand said...

Jeanne, Thanks for leaving your comment and visiting my blog. I am thoroughly impressed with your range of realism. This painting is quite unique! I visit your blog often now and am always delighted.

Melissa and Emmitt said...

oh my gosh jeanne!
this painting is so amazing! i wish i had the right words to tell you!
all i keep saying WOW!
xoxoxo
m & e

Deborah Ross said...

This is gorgeous! What lighting!

Quilting4U said...

I am just now getting around to looking at my favorite blogs, this is my favorite so far!! I bet the owner of this one is very happy, it is extremely unique! Your talent is amazing to me!!

Dee said...

Hi Jeanne,
I love your blog! Especially seeing your banana's! Great color and feeling to it!
This is a a great community thing to do... as you know, we get enough alone time with painting and we need to balance it out!I love this!

And your work still has a migical touch...BEAUTIFUL!
Hugs,
Dee

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