Thursday, September 11, 2008

Sad Susans

I had a wonderful class at Christina's house on Tuesday night. She has a great studio set-up which can accomodate up to about 9 students I would say. She had several still lifes set up and I chose to do this one. But even though she said it was fresh the poor black-eyed susans had gotten all droopy and dejected looking.

This is not one of my fave paintings but we can't hit a home run every time. It was fun just for the experience of being in Christina's studio and meeting several of her other students. They all seem to be so "tuned in" to the art community and art shows and art events - things I'm pretty much clueless about.


A Brush with Color said...

Thank you so much for visiting my blog and saying such nice things! I love that you are in NJ--I grew up in NJ, and have one sister still living there--she is in Clinton. You're going to bring back tons of memories for me!

What a beautiful work of art this is--I will have to spend time looking through your lovely things! Take care,

Rambling Woods said...

I like it Deb and it's different...