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A turnip, two spring onions and five gooseberries in oil.

These little studies !i do for February are really testing me. Sometimes I finish a canvas, stand back, look at it and it horrifies me! I then put it way back in the darkand when I come back to it a day or so later, I find it not so bad after all.The painting fairy passed by and touched it with her magic wand.

..turnip..

oil on linen, 20X20cm

turnips

..two spring onions..

oil on linen, 33X24cm

spring onons

I am a little under the weather since last Friday and feel tired, mentally and physically. The gooseberries were a bigger challenge than usual and if the Painting fairy hadn’t stopped by and woven her wand over it, you might not have seen it.

..five goosebrries..

oil on linen, 41X26cm

five gooseberriesUntil next time

Ronelle

2 responses

  1. I actually like the painting of the gooseberries the most! It’s wonderfully surreal, as if some part of my vision was changed by a kind of hexagonal lens – if that makes any sense.

    February 16, 2015 at 10:11 pm

    • thank you very much..it was one of the paintings that had to “grow on me” and which I now am quite fond of. Thank you!
      Ronelle

      February 17, 2015 at 8:46 am

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