Canning Time

Barbara Jewell

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Canning Time Painting

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Starachowice, sw - Poland

Master painting!Amazing fruit and glass!Great work! L/F

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thank you for your very generous comments on this piece, and for the L/F as well!

Richmond, VA - United States

The light reflection is incredible on the glass! Beautifully done!

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thanks again, Will! Much appreciated.

Sterling, Ct - United States

Beautiful! So crisp!

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thanks for your comment, Marnie!

Boulder, CO - United States

Barbara, this is masterful! The peaches seem to pop off of the page in contrast to the muted background colors. Like!

Barbara Jewell replied:

Anne, thanks so much for your return visit and wonderful comment and L for this image! :-))

Hiawassee, GA - United States

Barbara, I can't imagine doing this great a job on those jars! I've tried it with acrylics and it is hard! And you did it with watercolor! Wow! And the peaches are great as well! vote!

Randolph, NJ - United States

This is amazing Barbara, the great effect achieved in this painting, voted.

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thanks so much, Carol...much appreciated!!

Moscow - Russian Federation

Thank you very much, Barbara for your answer and advice. I'll try to do it. Watercolour is like flinger, and it takes a painter a great talent and skills to sit on it courageously and masterfully.

Moscow - Russian Federation

Barbara, how do you manage to create such things????? It is not possible to paint glass so realistic. I admire your style- colors are so bright, variety of half-tones, texture, created so lightly, naturally! F/V

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thank you for your generous comments, Natalya! Re: painting glass realistically...what you do is to paint what you DO see, which is the reflections and the shadows. What is left unpainted is the clear glass. Try taking a photo of a glass object. It may be easier to paint it from something 2 dimentional at first. You can do it!

Melbourne - Australia

Very skilful and very lovely work Barbara.

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thank you, Rosy, for taking the time to comment! I'm pleased to know you like this one.

Roanoke, VA - United States

Wow! Amazing work! I can almost feel the peach fuzz!

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thanks so much, Donna!

Buxheim, Ba - Germany

Wow! It's fantastic how you painted the glass!

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thank you! It's all in seeing the shadows. (I got to vote for King of the Cats again in a contest. Good luck!

Razgrad, Ra - Bulgaria

F&V!

Sun Valley, NV - United States

Most Excellent!

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