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Old 01-18-2020, 03:08 PM
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Wine and Cheese

18” x 24”
Oils on panel
Painted from life, natural light through sliding glass door. 4 sessions. Long enough for the bread to get real stale.

Limited palette: Ultramarine deep, Pyrrole red PY254, Cadmium Lemon PY35,
Cadmium yellow Med, dioxazinevpurple PV23, Titanium White.



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Old 01-18-2020, 03:15 PM
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Re: Wine and Cheese

Wow Patrick: this is so well painted. Each object is realized in perfect solidity.
do you want a C&C ?
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Old 01-18-2020, 03:21 PM
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Thanks Derek,
I’ve gotten some feedback from my better half So what do you see?
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Old 01-18-2020, 03:48 PM
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Re: Wine and Cheese

The strip of light on the right is not needed It is kind of an intrusion. If you cover the area with your hand you can see how well the painting comes together without it? Just my humble.... maybe some other members can chime in?
Anyway.....I love this.
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Old 01-18-2020, 03:56 PM
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Re: Wine and Cheese

Interesting you noted that, as I am struggling with the strip of reflected light, and had considered changing it. It is light from the door that is striking an exterior corner. I tried bringing it forward towards the table but I guess it’s not convincing. Thanks for you’re insight.

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It is beautiful, but I agree about the strip of light.
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Re: Wine and Cheese

Boogiechile, love this still life, it's very interesting. Very well painted! Do you hang it to your own wall?
I agree with Derek about the light area.
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I do not get over to the still life forum much. Maybe I better start. I really like this work. The violet-yellow color scheme is so inviting and believable. Your objects are so believable. I bet this will look great on someone's wall. Gary
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Great work!
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Re: Wine and Cheese

Ginny, moscatel, Gary, eichin, and again Derek, thanks for your input, well taken.
Here’s a version I did digitally on my iPad with a minor program “Pastels”. Color is off a bit, but Let me know if this works better. I plan to change the oil painting somewhat.

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I love the first. Terrific!
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A beautiful painting and I like the reflected light / objects that you have incorporated into the composition.👌

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Skyler, Mike, thanks for posting, it’s good to hear.
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Finished painting. Thanks again to all who replied.

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Excellent work, Patrick. Love your style
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