Sunday, July 19, 2009

Cherry Bowl No.5


Cherry Bowl No.5
oil on panel
6'' x 6"

This is a smaller, and subtly altered version of a cherry bowl composition I painted a couple of years ago for my now defunct Atlanta gallery. I always liked this image, and when I saw how much red paint I had left over from my most recent pb&j, I figured that I could use it for a cherry painting. I'll post the image of that pb&j in the next day or two. If you'd like to participate in the auction for this painting, you can bid by clicking here.


6 comments:

Chris Beck said...

I love the unusual point of view on this. Fab painting, as usual. Your work always amazes me.

Paul said...

Loving all the new work Neil, especially the chair in the sunlight. The standard is, as ever, excellent and always a joy :-)

Shirley Peters said...

Great work! I'm inspired now. I'm leaving this computer and getting my paints out straight away!

Amanda Carder said...

I have always loved your work, but this one is really high on my list of favorites.

Carolina said...

Increadible drama, I love it!

David Parker said...

Amazing painting as usual. Your work is very inspiring.