Monday, June 21, 2010

Taking a Dip

6x6 Oil on Panel
SOLD

12 comments:

Kerri Settle said...

Looks like the place to be!

Cathyann said...

Karen
feels cool....nice movement.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Karen, Love these two beach paintngs. Nobody does it better!

Ann Rogers said...

Karen, have been away from my computer for a couple of weeks, but what a treat to return to your wonderful posts since I last checked. You have been one busy artist...and I love your new subjects, figurative work is exceptional and ahhh...the beach scenes are so inviting. If I lived nearby, I wouldn't work either!!!

Katie Wilson-Bernatas said...

Nice job. You can really sense the sun with all the reflective light. Not easy to do or see, but you got the eye.

Jill Berry said...

Your last 2 beach scenes are great!... also how you are able to leave a large brushstoke intact!
~terrific work!

Dana Cooper said...

Love this piece Karen, your work never ceases to thrill me!

Mary Anne Cary said...

gotta take advantage of the nice weather when it comes here in NE. That's why the beaches were busy! Great spots for colorful paintings, love the umbrellas and figures.

Sandra Galda said...

I like how the top right side of the umbrella has a lost edge treatment in contrast to the vivid color and strong brushstrokes elsewhere!

Nancy B. Hartley said...

I love this little chair and umbrella! Great composition, and beautiful colors.

LindaHunt said...

Beautiful color and brushwork!

Edward Burton said...

An absolutely wonderful piece, Karen. Love the brushwork and bright colors.