Monday, August 11, 2008

Daily Painting Practice - A Bold Assembly

I should have lowered the painting to make it easier to compare. For the moment just tilt your head. I let this under painting dry overnight before adding the color the next day.
That's better neck was getting sore.....At this point the only part I liked was the plum. The red was driving me crazy....I was silently using a colorful vocabulary to compliment my palette.
The glazed porcelain was an added challenge.
click on the image to enlarge the painting

A Bold Assembly
original by Peter Yesis
oil on masonite

The reflective table surface is actually the back of a piece of masonite I purchased from the art store with the cellophane wrapper still on it.


The Paint Studio & Gallery said...

Just came across your blog, love the step by step and your classical approach. I am always a sucker for a red vase, nice work. I am off to see your picks on funniest art blogs, the art world always needs a dose of humor.

A Reason to Paint said...

This is my first visit to your blog and I am very impressed; will be back again to see more.

Anonymous said...

A very good painting but I think the green apple reflection in the dark apple made it look flattened on that side.

Melody said...

Hey Peter

Just came across your blog through your comments on Tracy Helgeson's.
Your art is simply gorgeous.
Thanks for sharing.
I'll be back

Barbara Pask said...

I love your blog and appreciate the wip photos. Your paintings are wonderful.