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There was a long time I had not produced a still life. I took advantage of the leftover of Summer to paint this one…
Our paintings do not have to be big to show expression and emotions!
“The shift of light” is 10″ x 8″
I had collected a few buds of roses and the top of a delphinium from my garden, placed them in a small vase. I was fascinated by the light coming through. It became another painting.
More still life on my website: http://www.beatricecloakefineart.com
Still life Oil
Oil painting on Linen
36″ × 24″ – 91 cm x 61 cm
It is a cold winter afternoon. You are passing by a very inviting tea room.
You push the door, a warm fire place lights up a corner of the room…….
I have been inspired by a photo given to me by Art reviewer and Art curator, Frannie Moore
This work has been created online in my workshop on Redbubble where artists and photographers inspire each others. There we ask questions, give answers, etc..
On my side, I try to give as much possible, information about the creation of my paintings.
This is my territory!
I spend a great deal of time walking around the bay. I witness the most spectacular skies.
Some are clear, some are red, some are moody! This is one of them…
One of those days we have to reach for the raincoat!