Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Bob's Kettle No.2


5.5 x 5.5 oil on hardboard
Before our good friends Bob Deyber, and Robert Graham moved back to Connecticut, they let me borrow one of their silver pieces to photograph. This great tea kettle had such a delightful shape, and highly reflective surface I knew I had to get some images of it before it was gone. I painted a larger version of it for Wynne/Falconer Gallery some time ago, but wanted to use it again for the wonderfully distorted view of the surroundings it creates. If you'd like to bid on this painting, you can access the auction by clicking here.


4 comments:

Laura Barber-Riley said...

Just wonderful!

Jan Dale said...

I read your blog regularly. It inspires me to improve my own work. I am fascinated with your style and Karen's as well. Both are calm and balanced. I wish you continued success.

sharon said...

Dazzling!!!

Dean Grey said...

A modern masterpiece!

Expertly rendered reflections!

-Dean