A still life and a plein air in oil;

Yesterday was cold and grey and it was unpleasant being outside, so a still life was my choice of duty. I felt much better after completion of the still life; Not sure whether it is was the fact that I painted, ot the bright yellow of the suflowers. Probably a good mix of both.

Two sunflowers

oil on board, 20X15cm

sunflowers

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Two chairs

oil on board, 35X24cm

two chairs

Today was sunny and warm and pleasant. No question. A plein air was on the the to-do-list. The garden is in a state of neglect with us working on the house and the cottage the last few months. I think the painting perfectly reflects the charotic character of my unkempt garden of late.

à bientôt

Ronell

Winding path; oil painting

Our fields in late summer with a winding path; It ihas been a very dry year and the garden and fields suffered. I have done a fair amount of plein air this year and the paintings can be seen and are available for sale on my website, Ronelle’s art

Winding path

oil on board, 35×24 cm

path

 

 

à bientot

Ronell

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