Thursday, May 31, 2007

Baseball #2
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  • "Baseball #2" (6x4") Oil on wood panel
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    16 comments:

    Edward B. Gordon said...

    briliant !!!!

    Regula Scheifele said...

    Superb! - I saw the underpainting stage on your other blog and now the finished piece here. Great process and beautiful finish!

    Robert Frank said...

    Beautiful painting!!

    jeanneillenye said...

    Fantastic and unexpected composition for a round object! Marvelous drama with the lighting in the box!

    Jens Ole Olsen said...

    Fine follow up on the cerulean blue, amazing painting both of them

    Pat Aube Gray said...

    GREAT painting , Todd! Love it!

    Mike said...

    Wow!! A seemingly mundane, easy object and you make it sparkle! Todd, the reflected light and detail in this are truly excellent!

    Best!
    Mike

    Belinda Del Pesco said...

    What a great painting - love the subject, the composition, the lighting, the subtle color shifts and the textures. Masterfully done.

    A Reason to Paint said...

    Nice one. I think this one would have been very enjoyable to paint.

    m collier said...

    WOW !!!!!

    janina said...

    Nice, simple, clean, great detail, love the white/red combo with the dark background. Hope it sells quickly! :O]

    janina said...

    Thanks, Todd, for your recent comment on my blog and the compliments on my work. Have answered you there. Cheers! :O]

    Todd Bonita said...

    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

    Mary Sheehan Winn said...

    Dude, you could make a cottage industry out of that. I love it.

    Susan Rose said...

    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.)

    Deborah Paris said...

    Really lovely. I love the warm light reflecting on the bottom of the ball and the mystery and depth of the box.