Thursday, November 20, 2008

"Spouts" - SOLD

Squint!

12 comments:

Theresa Rankin said...

Always amazed and impressed with the beauty of your work. Simple and elegant.

Barbara M. said...

Hi Aaron,

You get so much drama out of a still life. This one says, "I like green tea, and you like Orange Pekoe -- let's make two pots and share the green apple." Lovely as usual.

Barbara

milindmulick said...

another kill

All About M.E.('s) said...

LOVE it!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

you are killing me ;)

Richard Salvucci said...

Hello Aaron,

I just recently discovered your work, very nice. You're able to capture quite a mood with your paintings. You convey a lot with minimal brushwork, not easy to do. Great technique, nice handling of the textural surface of the paint as well. Really well done!

Richard

Dan Corey said...

Hi Aaron, Your work is great and I have been a non-commenting fan for quite a while.Now that I'm commenting, a few things, I enjoy the way your paintings include essentials sometimes a little more or less. every mass or brushstroke "pays rent" for the area they consume. My favorite recent is, "Glass Bench" just great. and thank you very much for the visit and compliments, Dan

mike rooney studios said...

just "tagged" you on my blog. hope you'll play!
as always you never fail to please on this last one.
ditto on "killer"
oh yeah i ripped you off... see "glass jar" a few posts back. should be on a Free Art Lesson i filmed for Jerrys Artarams (national art supply company)
it'll probably be done in a week or so. go to jerrysartama.com and click Free Art Lessons.
they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery LOL
you are the KING and my "tribute" doesnt come close to your mastery of glass. i'll keep trying tho!
later my friend...

Lane said...

Really clean and strong! go utes!

Maggie said...

Aaron
my first comment on your work. I am a new aspiring artist and I find your work fantastic - simple stokes and beautiful colours transforming the most simple of images. I am just getting back to my own work after a bit of a delay and at some stage hopefully will be exploring things with a vain hope to achieving some small semblance of simplicity as you yourself achieve.
Maggie

John Hlavinka said...

Love the colors in this one.

Jennifer Bellinger said...

I really like the low key palette you used here.