|photo of lily submitted by Renu Kristin Kvalors|
In Challenge #2 photo submitted by Renu Kristin Kvalors (Norway), we received several entries in various mediums.
The deadline for this challenge (Challenge #2), is Oct. 16th. so far we have had a few entries-each one so different expressing the uniqueness of the individual artist. As before, for challenge number one- which by the way is still open for anyone who wishes to add to any of the challenges, I will post the art as it comes in. It can also be viewed on Facebook: Paintings by Linda https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Paintings-by-Linda/365237511760
So far, these are the entries that have come in for the challenge. Notice how differently the artists saw the flower, and how techniques vary. Burch K. Coralee, did a lovely pastel which is soothing and soft in color. I (Linda Gilbert), took a surreal point of view, elongating the petals to give it a feeling of movement and life. I also focused in on the flower. Rhonda Myers, did a small version of a beautifully drawn Lily. It is delicate and has wonderful color. Arthur Anderson, used bold color and gave a lovely bold background, giving me the feeling of an underwater scene. Just added, a beautiful, colorful acrylic by Debi Gorga. I love the bold color and red tones! Renew Kristin Kvalors just posted a wonderful take on her photo that she submitted. the colors are vibrant, and the flower is turned in another direction. Love it!
Just submitted as of Oct. 26 (showing it is never too late!), are two paintings from my Art class that I instruct "Paintings With Acrylic Paints". Debby Rosen titled her painting "Day Lily", beautifully done painting with a dark exciting background. Enid Weinstein called her lovely painting "Orange Flower". scroll down to see these paintings:
Pastel by Coralee
9 x12 acrylic
|Acrylic 6 X 8|
18 X 24
|Renu Kristin Kvalors|
oil pastel on canvas
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