Sorry for the blurry photo, but I've been taking photos at night again and trying to keep the flash off. I'm really not much of a photographer!
Here's my latest miniature piece, simply titled, "Tomato". It was a race against time working on this tomato. It came from my aunt's garden and was oh so plump and ripe! I started the painting and then couldn't complete it for a couple of days, so I kept nervously checking the tomato to ensure that it was still in good shape. It lasted, but I really think it needs to be eaten by tomorrow. I'll enjoy it . . . :-D
I will have another piece to post tomorrow, a silver goblet I found in a thrift store. Actually, there were two and I think I paid a dollar a piece. Not a bad investment for art props! I've also worked on a horse today, which is done, except for a minor tweaking tomorrow. I'll post that one in a couple of days.
In the mean time, this Friday is the equine art auction at the Hits-On-The-Hudson Pzifer $Million Dollar Grand Prix! There are 85 lots to be auctioned, one of which is my painting, "Unconditional". I'm told there will be remote bids allowed. For more info, have a look at Hits' site: http://www.hitsshows.com/
or The Fletcher Gallery: http://www.fletchergallery.com/ I won't be attending the auction, unfortunately. I really wish I could be there though! If you'll be in the Woodstock, New York area, be sure to drop in!