Lemon Drop

Debbie DeWitt

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Collegeville, PA - United States

Thanks so much Henrik and AR!

Cornelius, NC - United States

Wonderful work!! Congrats on your sale!! Enjoy life... L&F

Ojai, CA - United States

Congratulations on the sale!

Collegeville, PA - United States

Thank you very much Silvia!! I could use a lemon drop right about now too!!

Calafell, Ta - Spain

I love the colours! Now I want a drink!!

Ridgewood, NJ - United States

Thanks so much Georgeta!

Bucharest, se - Romania

Stunning! Inspired! Love it! V

Ridgewood, NJ - United States

I find I can really get more vibrant color with oils. I find it more difficult with acrylics, not sure why! Give oils a try! I think you will love them. Totally different process, almost a completely opposite medium. I still paint in both depending on what look I am going for. I find I love acrylics to paint on plywood. They totally lend themselves to wood. They sink in and work well with the texture. Go for it Teshia!!!

Missoula, MT - United States

Oh wow, well that makes it even more impressive then!! I paint in acrylics, so am unfamiliar with the oil process, but there is definitely just something so beautiful about a vibrant oil painting.. And you sure did a great job on this one! Props also for having that patience! You must work on several pieces at a time, I assume. I think I am too impatient for oils...sometimes I "muddy" up my acrylic pieces because I can't even stand to wait for those to dry lol. ;) I guess I need to invest in some more easels & learn to work around the room on different pieces. :) Anyway, LOVE your work!!

Ridgewood, NJ - United States

Thanks so much Teshia! These were a total labor of love. I did them in oils so you know I have to wait to put each layer on until they dry! Took a couple of months to complete the series!

Missoula, MT - United States

LOVE THIS ONE!! Beautiful use of color against the dark background. The martini looks delicious:), and is alive with color & energy. The bright oranges are lovely & further enhance the vibrant colors in the martini. Your swirls of color are just awesome. Fabulous piece, Debbie :) voted & f/v! ~Teshia

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