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Thursday, September 29, 2011

SECKEL PEAR WITH LEAF
by Claire Beadon Carnell
100 Paintings in 100 Days Challenge
'Inspirations from a Back Yard'
92/100


'Seckel Pear With Leaf'
Oil on Canvas panel
 4 x 4
92/100

Day 92

I was so pleased to find this tiny seckel pear with
its little leaf still attached.  This pear is no taller than
one and a half inches, but it is packed with gorgeous,
rich color.  Even the dried leaf had some beautiful
dark golden green.  I was tempted to prop it up to
make the pear more upright - but it's own quirky
leaning stance was just more fun to paint. 


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9 comments:

Pam Holnback said...

92!! Way to go!

AutumnLeaves said...

Claire this is just beautiful. So deceptively simple and rich. I just wanted to let you know that I have a new blog at http://conservativelybohemian.wordpress.com/ I am deleting the old one, unfortunately. Is it possible for you to add a "subscribe" widget on your sidebar? That way I will always know if you have a new post. I can't follow as easily on WordPress as I could on Blogger otherwise.

Giselle McMenamin said...

Hi Claire,

Enjoyed perusing your blog very much. Love the blue shadow under your pear. What a fabulous painting!

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

Thank you, Pam! I am having fun - will be sad to see this wind up.

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

Thanks, Sherry - I have already bookmarked your new blog.

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

Hello, Giselle! Welcome to my blog, and thank you for becoming a follower!!!

hmuxo said...

Beautifully painted, Claire. Love the subtle change of color on the pear!! PERFECT!!!

Giselle McMenamin said...

Claire, happy to! I'm looking to connect with other daily painters for inspiration and shop talk. Stop by mine if you're so inclined!!

Marie Theron said...

Hi Claire, one really perfect pear And the end of this project is near! What dedication! I truly admire that, as I would never even dare join a daily painters forum!

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