Three still life oil paintings.

Winter is approaching and time will be spent more in the indoor studio than outdoors. It is the perfect time to do still life and interior sketches-and paintings. Neither still life nor interior painting is my strong suit, so my project and goal for this coming winter is including these genres in my everyday painting.

The first little still life I did, wasn’t too bad, even though my strokes were all over the place. But from there on it was downhill all the way, until just suddenly things changed for the better. I started having so muchfun, that I can’t understand why I haven’t done it sooner.

Bowl and eggs.

oil on board, 20×20 cm

bowl with eggs

Bowl and two pears

oil on board, 20×20 cm

bowl with 2 pears

Bowl and black grapes

oil on board, 20×20 cm

bowl with black grapes

à bientôt

Ronell

 

 

 

 

Yellow and red nasturtiums in oil.

My garden is starting to run empty of flowers. A few roses and the nasturtiums are still hanging on though. We had  a sudden spurt of cold and rain last week which gave the nasturtiums quite a knock and I hastily had to pick them before I had nothing left. So, painting was done in the atelier…not the same as painting sur le motif in the garden.

Yellow nasturtiums

oil on linen, 30x50cm

nasturtiums-in-yellow-and-red-001

nasturtiums-in-yellow-and-red

Red Nasturtiums

oil on linen, 30x30cm

cappuncine-rouges

nasturtiums-in-yellow-and-red-002

à bientôt

Ronell