21 April 2009

Day three .... more stuff

Bored yet? Anyway ..... a few more pics for your perusal. I may leave a few days between the next post for a bit of a break.
This is an old cast iron kettle that was given to me by friends in Yokohama and I love the unusual shape, it seems to float above the table because of the unusual hidden bottom.

40 x 30 cms (approx. 16 x 12 inches)
oil on canvas board

SOLD

24 x 19.5 cms (approx. 9.5 x 7.5 inches)
oil on gessoed hardboard
SOLD

14 comments:

  1. i love the balance of shapes in the kettle painting: both objects seem to be reflecting each other, so different yet so alike. anyway my humble opinion. And the light is perfect. Both beautiful pieces, perfectly executed as always. r.

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  2. Bored?!? Are you kidding me? We should be so lucky to see such exquisite paintings even once in our lives. Really beautiful, Paul. You have great skill.

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  3. p.s. you had dropped off my blog list for awhile (happens with time passing between posts) but you are back on again!

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  4. Congratulations on you sales! :-D
    Stunning work, Paul!

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  5. Just found you and I am drookiing over the super realist style! Just super. I will revist. I like your subject matter also!

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  6. WOW! These are super paintings. Just checking your blog and I am very impressed. Good work

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  7. Love everything about this...Spectacular Paul.

    and Thank you for visiting my blog and your comment! Janet

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  8. So wonderful to find you and your work, Paul!
    Your work is admirable. I love it! I will be back and will most definitely NOT be bored.

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  9. Paul!

    Amazing job on these!

    I literally thoughts these were photographs at first glance. I had to click onto the larger scans to make sure these were indeed paintings.

    Wow!

    Expertly done!!

    -Dean

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  10. Truly beautiful work, Paul. I greatly appreciate your dedication to this level of realism.

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  11. I'm stunned! Such realism is so hard to create but you do it so well. Fabulous!

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  12. Hello, your paintings impresssed me so much. May be because they are just the opposite to my impasto works:)Very pure and intimate colours.
    Thanks.

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  13. Paul, thanks for stopping by my blog. Your paintings are so beautiful. Your mastery of reflective objects gives me the incentive to do more. I like your dark backgrounds as well. 'The piece with the lemons and the white footed bowl, absolutely delicious!

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  14. Estimado Paul:
    Lamento no poder hablar inglés, pero estimo que recurrirá a un traductor o a alguna persona que hable español.
    Mi nombre es Cristina Velázquez y soy Profesora de Informática, de Ciencias Exactas y capacitadora de docentes en TIC.
    Quiero invitarlo a participar de una de mis iniciativas denominada "Tu Blog en mi Blog"
    http://www.tublogenmiblog.blogspot.com/
    Para que comprenda mejor de qué se trata, puede leer la presentación en
    http://tublogenmiblog.blogspot.com/2009/02/presentacion.html
    Su trabajo me parece excelente y su blog lo refleja ampliamente.
    Espero que le interese la propuesta de contarnos, "in english", a través de una entrada, acerca de su Blog y su ARTE.
    Cordialmente
    Prof. Cristina velázquez
    cristinavdls@gmail.com

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