Sunday, July 08, 2012

no matter how you slice it


I miss doing still life and well, this is one way to slice an orange.
$50  6"x6" watercolour painting
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43 comments:

  1. Hello Nora!A watercolor painting with humor to vitamin C!
    I like the depth of the warm colors!

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  2. The freshness of your colour always sings on the page.

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  3. Love the colors. Wonderful.

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  4. This is really pretty cool - I have never seen anyone cut an orange like that, but it sure makes a nice composition - love the way your colors blend..

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  5. the oranges are to eat them, warm colors and beautiful watercolor

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  6. The pink next to the orange gives such a beautiful vibration. You can do those things so effortlessly and that is what makes you a master water-colorist

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  7. So fun and lively! This color really glows!

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  8. The colors in this are just wonderful! So vibrant--love the pink and orange!

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  9. Lovely watercolor!the colors are fresh and cheerful!
    Hugs

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  10. I love the cheerful colors! Beautiful still life!

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  11. This was a fun and colorful still life. One can almost taste the orange.

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  12. Oh so juicy!! Makes my mouth water, it does.

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  13. Uplifting! I just love the vibrant colour and lively marks :0)

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  14. Estimada Nora. Curiosa manera de pelar una naranja. El colorido y la composición son geniales. Feliz comienzo de semana¡

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  15. Your use of paint and line drawing...is interesting. Thank you for the inspiring ART.

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  16. "Exquisite" watercolor Nora, very suggestive

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  17. Funny and so juicy with beautiful colors.

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  18. Lovely way to start my morning. Opened your email first as I love your style/work. Cheery oranges. Are you cutting your paper to 6x6 or taping it off or doing what to create that size paper?

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  19. Nice painting, Nora....great colors.

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  20. Hi Nora:) You sliced it nice and you painted it nice! Love the orange color:)

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  21. Wow! First, pink and orange together - love it! Second, how did you get your pink and orange together in such a bright and sublime fashion? More magic, I suspect. Wonderful shadows. Even the splots and dots are great!

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  22. Hi Nora, This is wonderful. I love your style and great use of colour . Thanks for the kind comments on my blog!

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  23. Nora is a delightful watercolor with refreshing colors!!
    Says: Eat me!!

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  24. Es estupenda la acuarela Nora, realmente me apetece comerme esos gajos de naranja cortados. Muy bonita.

    Un saludo

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  25. The colors are great, very inspiring and juicy.

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  26. Love it Nora! Beautiful rich , juicy ( hehe ) colours!

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  27. Very nice Nora with beautiful colors

    Greetings Janny

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  28. Looks very tasting and tempting. As always I love your vivid colours and your genius at turning the ordinary into a thing of beauty. You are an inspiration to me.

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  29. Mmm, looks like my husband's orange in the early morning!
    Funny and well done! Happy day Nora!

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  30. charming still life...it has a lot of zest!

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  31. Love the colours on this - fabulous picture.

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  32. your paintings are so lively and fresh!! just wonderful!! cheers Amanda

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  33. This is so cool--I LOVE it!! The title is cute and so fits the original arrangement you came up with.

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  34. It looks good anyway you slice it!!! Super!

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  35. Your paintings make me look and look, so I don't miss anything!

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  36. What a delicious painting!

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  37. Nora this is seething with beauty. Love your way with still life.

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  38. Orange and pink are so lovely together!

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  39. The inspiration is with you, I like your technique and expressiveness.

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