8x6" oil on raymar panel $150.
Every year I paint the pomegranates
when in season.
I got a call from a friend telling me
her poms were gorgeous
and she invited me over to paint.
It had been quite a while since I had painted
so this was a real treat.
Hope you are all surviving these
powerful and awful events...
Covid, the protests, the fires and hurricanes.
Who would have every thought it
was all possible when
A Happy New Year...
Please stay safe and sane.
Welcome back after a long absence, Julie, with lovely fruit to enchant us. I hope that you are doing well coping with the stresses caused by the pandemic and the occupants of the White House.ReplyDelete
Thank you David. Stresses caused by all you mention are only bearable by my hubby's good humour, long walks and turning off the darned TV!Delete
Your wonderful long post gave me a vacation of interest and beauty. Thank you. (Cutest baby ever!)
I love the rich color in the pomegranates.!!!! Beautiful greens and the splashes of blue is Wonderful.ReplyDelete
Yes, I’m waiting patiently for our Country to get back to the way it was. Now they’re saying that we’re not having a Thanksgiving parade.!! Talk about change. SAD!
Happy you liked the colors. Thanks my dear Hilda.Delete
I cannot wait for life to get back to normal...or will it ever be back like it was?. Didn’t know about the Thanksgiving Parade. Oh boy! It was neat seeing your wonderful painting of Little Italy - so real it brought back good memories.
Congratulations on your significant wedding anniversary. Shame it could not be celebrated with a bang. Glad your family all are doing well.
Sending a big hug.
What a treat to paint pomegranates "in the wild" -- lucky you! This looks lovely, complete with a blue sky peeping through the lush leaves. Happy to see you painting, Julie. It has been a time of distraction. We're all struggling to maintain our equilibrium, I think. Stay safe and well.❤ReplyDelete
How sweet you are to send good supportive comments on my blog as well as Instagram. Thank you. I agree about us all struggling to maintain equilibrium. Most days are easy and then others are not! I was so happy to get out and paint my friends tree.Delete
Keep safe and creative, good buddy.
These are luscious and so beautiful. I've never painted them.ReplyDelete
Hi Sharon - thanks so much for popping over. I am happy to see how well your courses are doing and your series of rose paintings were fabulous. Didn’t you have two blogs at one time? are you strictly on Instagram and Facebook now?Delete
Welcome back Julie with this very wonderful autumn painting !!!ReplyDelete
thank you so much, dear Stelios. I enjoyed seeing your lovely forest painting from back in time.Delete
Great pomegranates, those contrasts, those volumes, the green ones, it turned out very well.ReplyDelete
I hope that they are also well out there, in this fateful 2020, that we can survive, with that is enough.
Thank you, José, your lovely compliment is valued. I loved you painting of the old mine.Delete
Things here are upside down. I am sure you hear how the US has the world's highest Covid numbers. It ia a sad time. Stay safe.
Yes Julie, I have seen and heard the bad news that there is all over the world, especially in the United States, and I sincerely regret this, as a citizen of the world I wish the best for everyone, I hope and wish that it happens as soon as possible.ReplyDelete
Much strength and courage.
Take care of yourself.
I love the way you say - a citizen of the world! How true. If only everyone thought of it that way...Delete
your portrait is wonderful!Delete
A very difficult time worldwide , but we are in it all together and only 'obeying' to the rules it can come to an end . Love your painting Julie, your wonderful colors and technique always bring joy.ReplyDelete
It was grand to see your post and lovely portrait, Jane.Delete
Yes, all in it together. Sending you a warm wish to keep safe.
Dear Julie it is wonderful to see your lovely painting. I have never seen poms growing. Yes it has been a year none of us will forget. Keep looking up! God is in control. Hugs!ReplyDelete
Yes...I keep looking up and also listen for His Voice.Delete
Stay safe my friend.
Beautiful reds to perk things up! I haven't seen them growing either. Love the little bits of sky peeking through the leaves. Yes, this has been quite a time...just when you think things couldn't possibly get worse, something new happens. I think our souls are really being tested. Wishing you all the best!ReplyDelete