Monday, February 11, 2008

"Cleanse Your Palette," oil on canvas, not yet stretched

Update. This is SOLD. A friend loved the perceptual games this one plays, so I cropped it and mounted it on masonite for final delivery.


In this one, I can really see the underlying red layer. It does interesting things to my sense of perception.

You know, I'm also really enjoying how the wine glass is finished, but the water crackers and the plate aren't. I think I'm really having fun with this series. Probably not everyone's cup of tea, though.


  1. I like this painting unfinished, makes it look abstract and realistic at the same time.

  2. Hi Diana. Yeah, there's something interesting about leaving part of it undone. It shows how it was made or something. Here I tried to make the scribbly colors about the same as the wine so you'd see how the wine color emerged. Thanks for visiting.