Saturday, January 21, 2012

spin the bottle


I was curious to see what these little guys would look like in oil.
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13 comments:

  1. That works too, but I also like the watercolours. Sometimes it is so difficult to decide what medium is best for a piece, but then you are confident with watercolours and oils.

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  2. Wow - I am so glad you visited my blog so I could discover you!! Your work is beautiful, from the perfume bottles to the amazing calendar, to the yupo, etc., etc. I love your work - the watercolor figure drawings sessions are inspirational! I believe you are the first I have seen do it in watercolor. (I don't get out much.) Anyway, I will peek often from now on.

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  3. Nora you are an amazing artist.These bottles look so real as if they had life in them!

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  4. What a fun composition! I love the vibrant colors and the rendering of the glass. the title is clever too!

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  5. Oil or watercolor , they are all beautiful. What do YOU prefer?

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  6. Cool composition! I love this set of paintings. I think I like the watercolors best. You really excel at those.

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  7. Vous êtes une "bihuilaqua" ... Cette peinture est superbe... J'aime beaucoup... Gros bisous

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  8. This works too, though you know i prefer your watercolors. You're biggest asset is you delicate line and you add a lovely sensitivity of color with you watercolors.
    But experimenting is always a good thing.....

    So go go go ..... happy painting.

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  9. Wonderful...another beauty...Lóreal should hire you:)

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  10. This is the most wonderful series. They just sparkle. Love them. I just can't say enough.

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  11. What a fun and happy painting! Well done! :)

    x

    Marielle

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  12. This is amazing! :-) Actually, this is the first time that I have seen nail polish as a subject in a painting. It's the everyday things that we take for granted that really look amazing in art pieces. You paint very well. :-)

    xoxo
    Ida

    http://asplashofida.blogspot.com

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  13. Hi Nora,
    Just got to see you work for the first time. You have a lovely warm sense of brush work, that conveys a tender quality! I like the idea of painting fingernail polish, you did it beautifully both in watercolor and oil!

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