Short Video Demo
Sunshine Bowl | 12×16 inches | Oil on Linen
The copper bowl used in Sunshine Bowl is usually on our mantle. We filled it full of ripe Meyer lemons from a backyard tree. I am always amazed at the bounty of fresh citrus we get in the winter. Lemons often make an appearance in my paintings. They symbolize life. Storing energy from the summer sun and the nutrition from the earth, they are the perfect, healthful fruit.
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7 thoughts on “Sunshine Bowl Short Video Demo”
Which colors did you use in this painting?
I only use M Graham Walnut Oil Paints and mediums
This is my basic palette:
Cadmium Yellow Deep
Cadmium Yellow Light
Veridian Ultramarine Blue
Titanium White (quick drying)
Thanks for asking, LC
Thank you for this wonderful film of your beautiful still-life!
DT, Victoria – Thank you all so much for watching, and your kind comments.
Jesus – Thank you. I am in awe of the talented group of artists who are represented by M Gallery and Greenhouse Gallery. I am humbled by being in their company.
I saw this video a few months ago , love it. very good to learn . Thanks, and congratulations for getting your paintings in such a nice gallery
I love the colours and highlights in the piece. The reflections in the bowl are magnificient.
Very nice Michael! It work just fine on my ancient Mac (almost ten years old)