Sunday, March 13, 2011

Latest Oil Painting

I created this painting for a commision.
It was originally "A frog" and then was changed to "can you do a train and a frog in the same painting?"
So this is what I came up with.
I hope they liked it. I think it was a success.
Its Oil on Canvas 16in x 20in.

11 comments:

Phoenix Peacock said...

that is a clever way of doing a frog and a train!
With your interest in art, I'm wondering if you would consider joining a community art piece (I'm extending the deadline until the end of april). I would be honored to have you. If you have time and interest, please check it out here:

http://acommunityartproject.blogspot.com/2011/02/project.html

Mary C. Nasser said...

Love this painting!
I think it is a huge success!!

So glad I found you through the miz kate dot com Artist blog hop!
I am your newest blog follower. :)
Looking forward to seeing your upcoming posts!

I welcome you to check out my art blog, too!

Best,
Mary C. Nasser
http://www.marycnasser.com/blog.html

christina said...

I actually scrolled down looking for the painting because I thought this was a photo..lol. GREAT job!

avinash pandey said...

Wow, that is a clever way of putting the 2 elements together.Beautiful piece of art. Keep it up.

Alex said...

This is just amazing! I thought it was a photograph at first, and it just shows how beautiful and realistic the painting is. Love those frogs, and love the mechanical bits even more! Thanks for following =)

Cathy Holtom said...

It certainly is a success, the middle frog looks worried!

Jim Bumgarner said...

Haven't seen your blog in ages! Found it by going all the way back to '06 on another blog, a person who was active with the yahoo EDM group and saw one of your comments there. Absolutely love this painting! The frogs, I know, are your passion, but i LOVE that wheel with all its parts, even the cotter pins!!! Just wanted to say hi, and thank you again for your comments on my novel, "Sofie, the Queen of Oakland." Do you remember?

Artist said...

haha! this is genuis! love love love the colors! great attention to details too! great work!

Jennifer Edwards said...

Fantastically realistic yet whimsical! Glad to "meet" you here in blogland! Thanks for visiting mine.

Mary Walker said...

This is a one time contact, as a follower of my blog I'd like you to know that the web address has changed to http://marywalkerartist.blogspot.com/ some bookmarks may need to be updated. Thank you for your support and interest in what I share!
Mary Walker

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