My completed pear oil paintings…reunited and signed

    Second pear painting of three pairs. I enjoyed playing around with the various reds, yellows, and greens in this painting.
    Second pear painting of three pairs. I enjoyed playing around with the various reds, yellows, and greens in this painting.
    Second pear painting of three pairs. I enjoyed playing around with the various reds, yellows, and greens in this painting.

    Lee Hartman this week noted she couldn’t find my completed paintings on StarkSilverCreek and that I should post my finished works more prominently. I think my ramblings and photos of paintings in progress, which can often look much less pleasing, is giving her a heartburn as my teacher.

    So I will make this unequivocally clear, Lee is a great painter and teacher. Any horrific-looking paintings are either ones that are in progress or the fault of a student who can’t follow direction.

    And, in order to quell my teacher and to celebrate the return of my two pear paintings which I had thought were missing, here are the completed painted, finally signed with “L STARK”. I noticed Lee just signs her paintings, “Lee”. Maybe I should sign my paintings simply “Loni”. Any thoughts dear reader?

    Final-Pear-Oil-Paintings-1
    First oil painting. I fought Lee tooth and nail not to add the water droplets. Of course the most compelling part of both paintings everyone seems to comment on are the water droplets. Lee 1, Loni 0.

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    • Yvonne

      nice work …

    • Yvonne

      nice work …

    • Yvonne

      nice work …