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Fruit Painting - Canning Time by Barbara Jewell

Canning Time is a painting by Barbara Jewell which was uploaded on June 5th, 2012.

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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!

Beautiful! So crisp!

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thanks for your comment, Marnie!

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! :-))

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!

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

Barbara Jewell replied:

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

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.

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!

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

Barbara Jewell replied:

Thanks so much, Donna!

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!

F&V!

Most Excellent!

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