Thursday, July 02, 2009

PB&J No.9


PB&J No.9
oil on canvas
12'' x 24"

I had so much fun painting this particular piece that I've decided to stay in this vein, and start another. No loaf this time, but continuing with the theme of the pb&j. It's an 18 x 18 focusing on the sandwich. This subject was requested by the owner of the Wynne/Falconer Gallery, and will be shipped up to Cape Cod. The painting I'm working on now will be included in a show scheduled for October at the Anne Irwin Gallery here in Atlanta.


12 comments:

Vic said...

Neil - great effects with the shadows. Fantastic as always! Have a great Holiday weekend.

Duma said...

I can't believe this!!! It's so amazing!!!
Congratulations for your great talent! ;)
Kisses
Duma

Becky Brocato said...

Oh, so lovely! Beautifully and deliciously done!
Becky Brocato
Watercolorist

Kristina Dimitrijevic said...

wow this is great!

Gary Keimig said...

Absolutely fantastic. Just no end to your concepts and talent.

James Neil Hollingsworth said...

I really appreciate the kind words. Thanks!

John Vander Stelt said...

Looks great. Gotta put in a plug here for chunky peanut butter though! Well done as always. Your paintings are always a treat.

Carolina said...

This painting is awsome! The sandwich looks yummy too, by the way...

"JeanneG" said...

Nice job but now I'm hungry.

Amanda said...

Mmm, must be lunch time. :)

robi pena said...

WOW, fantastic blog and amazing works!! Love your art :-)!! Greats!!

randbcares said...

Rick Braun


Great painting man... its fabulous