Oil Paintings by New Hampshire seacoast artist Todd Bonita
Superb! - I saw the underpainting stage on your other blog and now the finished piece here. Great process and beautiful finish!
Fantastic and unexpected composition for a round object! Marvelous drama with the lighting in the box!
Fine follow up on the cerulean blue, amazing painting both of them
GREAT painting , Todd! Love it!
Wow!! A seemingly mundane, easy object and you make it sparkle! Todd, the reflected light and detail in this are truly excellent!Best!Mike
What a great painting - love the subject, the composition, the lighting, the subtle color shifts and the textures. Masterfully done.
Nice one. I think this one would have been very enjoyable to paint.
Nice, simple, clean, great detail, love the white/red combo with the dark background. Hope it sells quickly! :O]
Thanks, Todd, for your recent comment on my blog and the compliments on my work. Have answered you there. Cheers! :O]
Thanks to you all for stroking my ego so much...I have to go soak my head in water to reduce the swelling now, Be good,Todd
Dude, you could make a cottage industry out of that. I love it.
I love the bold simplicity of your work. I wish I had the time and patience to learn the painting techniques. Instead I use a camera and PhotoShop... enjoying the creative opportunity therein. First there's the capture, then the fine tuning. (But still, I wish I could paint. I haven't made it past the simple "folk art" techniques.)
Really lovely. I love the warm light reflecting on the bottom of the ball and the mystery and depth of the box.
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