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Monday, 1 September 2014

Always apples...



Dit is wat er uit mijn penselen komt de laatste tijd. Geen zachte, transparante aquarel, maar spontaan spelen en experimenteren met verf. En dit is dan het resultaat. De achtergrond is donkerder en minder vlekkerig in het echt.
 Misschien doe ik hem nog wel eens over, in een rustiger periode.
Of niet, alhoewel... appels schilderen vind ik altijd leuk. :)

This is what comes out of my brushes lately. No soft, transparent watercolour, but spontaneous playing and experimenting with paint. And this is what came out. The background is darker and less blotchy in real life.
I may do this painting again some day, in more tranquil times. 
Or not, although... I always enjoy painting apples. :)

27 comments:

ann @ studiohyde said...

A bowl of apples always makes a perfect subject, lovely painting :-)

Jane said...

I really like what came out, beautiful and luscious apples good enough to eat !

Cathy Holtom said...

Still lovely whatever came out!
Strange how paintings can reflect how we feel.

Mrs A said...

I love the colours you have used, truly good enough to eat! xx

Judy said...

Thank you Ann, Jane, Cathy and Mrs. A!
Hi Jane, nice to see you back in blogland!

Simonne's fantasiestudio said...

Je appels zijn dan ook altijd mooi Judy, je kleurgebruik maakt het spannend...
groetjes,
Simonne

Vandy said...

Wonderful colours in your apples, Judy

Sadami said...

Thank you for your lovely watercolour painting. Just have fun. Before think too much, I simply take a brush. Best wishes, Sadami

cathyswatercolors said...

This is one of my favorite paintings that you have done. Beautiful colorful love the bounty of apples!

Studio at the Farm said...

Lovely, Judy!!! This was a very good experiment :) I hope you do paint apples again ...
Kathryn XX

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

A beautiful bowl of apples.

Lydie said...

C'est la saison des pommes qui va débuter, tu auras l'occasion d'en peindre beaucoup d'autres, en plus c'est bon pour la santé :)

Anamaria do Val said...

Hi Judy! I have been a little absent from blogland, but I miss your paintings! Thank you for those lovely apples

Susan said...

I love this result of your playing and experimenting. The color seems spontaneous and joyful!

hmuxo said...

These apples are beautifully painted, Judy!!! A gorgeous painting...Apples are such good subjects!!! I hope to see more and more apples!!!!!!!!!

Laura Moore said...

I can see a difference but it is still done with your lovely style. It is always good to experiment. Keep having fun. Love the apples. xx

Rita Vaselli said...

I really admire in ALL your apples the use of values ​​ that captures their expressive power !!!
In our beloved watercolor , normally working from light to dark, is not easy reach the expressive power of other techniques, where, working from dark to light, painter immediately puts the tonal values at start in a clear way ...and in a forgiving way (white covers mistakes...). Happy painting dear Judy!!!

Blaga said...

I like the stronger contrasts here, Judy, this painting has nice dimension and depth. It is a very beautiful work! There is still softness and your undeniable style :)

Tina Moriano said...

Y pintas todas las frutas de manera magistral, siempre suaves y espontaneas pero con colores brillantes.

Debbie Nolan said...

Judy - love the spontaneous playing...these apples are beautiful. The colors just melt into each other - so lovely. Hope you are munching on a few too! (LOL) - Have a great week.

Pat said...

Lovely painting, Judy - it has an oil like feel to it. Simply beautiful xx

Sandra Busby said...

I love painting apples. And your gorgeous juicy style is perfect for this subject! Lovely! :0)

ashok said...

excellent!

Mercedes Ares said...

Hola Judy: Que frescura y naturalidad tiene esta hermosa acuarela. Saludos!!!

Irina Rekhviashvili said...

The apples are wonderful, and the change in your art style is very interesting and refreshing.

Judy said...

Thank you everyone!!!

Helen H Trachy said...

I missed this one, it's beautiful!