Friday, April 24, 2009

"Guards"

This is the last time I will use these pears. They are getting rather soft and I saw two little fruit flies flying around my studio. I think this is the best of the three, I was able to work out a lot of issues by painting the same four object the last three paintings. I would definitely recommend repetition.

7 comments:

Sandra Galda a Daily Painter said...

This is gorgeous too, as is ALL your work. I love visiting your blog, it really inspires me. You are soooooooooo talented! Love your work!!! The reds here are so juicy they are making my monitor in danger of shorting out......... :)

LSaeta said...

You certainly did get good use of these lovely red pears! Your painitngs are magnificient. I love this one!

Artoutwest said...

Love your work. Just stumbled on to your blog and I really enjoy how much fun you have with your subject. I am also in Utah.

Sally Shisler......... said...

Love your work! It's got the Carol Marine flavor, but it's obviously not her. Your colors are magnificent and your stroke character is bold and confident! Glad to find you!

Beverley Amah said...

I just love the brushwork in you paintings. The bold strokes make it appear as if you are carving the images onto the canvas. The colors are bold which i really love. :)

Saundra Lane Galloway said...

Aaron, This is wonderful. The red is so strong against the white and the composition is very nice. You paint like I do in my head when I shut my eyes...but it is NOTHING like I really paint...ha, go figure...

Frank Gardner said...

Hi Aaron. I really like the looseness of some parts of these latest paintings. Like the foreground in this one and the backgrounds in some of the other recent stuff.