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Still life painting with boronia flowers and apples.

I think almost finished.  Sorry not such a great quality photo and it is clipped a bit.boronia final

boronia original not paintedThis is a photo of one of the set ups that I rejected.

This one has the apples still looking like tomatos.boronia wip 2

boronia wip 1  For my still-life work I underpaint, I use a limited palette of colours and my materials are oil pencil (sparing) and acrylic paint.

Posted by Anne Warren Art on September 28, 2015
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  1. 09/28/2015

    Those Granny Smiths are great – they look so solid on the table. I assume the shadow of the bottle has ‘fallen’ of the edge of the table. Great highlights on the bottle as well.

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    • 09/28/2015

      Thank you Leonie . Yes the shadow has fallen off the edge of the table. Well spotted.

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  2. 09/28/2015

    Love it. Such beautiful colour tones 🙂

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  3. 09/30/2015

    The bottle is lovely

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    • 10/1/2015

      Thank you it is probably the most important element so very happy you liked it.

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