Wednesday, January 25, 2017

LEMON SLICES WITH FORK BY ELIZABETH BLAYLOCK

5 X 7 OIL on HARDBOARD CANVAS PANEL
Why is lemon yellow not the color of lemons??  Sure would be simpler.  I find you have to tame the yellow  or you will have screaming yellow lemons!
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Monday, January 9, 2017

LADY HUMMINGBIRD BY ELIZABETH BLAYLOCK

6 X 6 OIL on PANEL
This little hummingbird was actually perched on a tomato cage on my deck.
I am imagine she is enjoying warmer weather in the tropics now!  We are having some unusually cold weather here in Gulf Shores.  Hopefully back up in the 70s this weekend.
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Friday, January 6, 2017

PORTRAIT OF FAY


9 X 12  OIL ON LINEN
A more colorful approach on this portrait was used.   
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Monday, January 2, 2017

PORTRAIT WITH SEPIA TONES by Elizabeth Blaylock

12 X 9 OIL ON PANEL
This is another 2 hour portrait sketch I painted from a model in Carolyn  
Anderson's workshop.   Thin washes with delicate hints of color. 
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