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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

SUGAR SHAKER
An Original Oil Painting
by Claire Beadon Carnell
Thirty Paintings in Thirty Days Challenge
Day Twenty Nine

'Sugar Shaker'
Leslie Saeta's Thirty Paintings in Thirty Days Challenge
Day Twenty Nine
Oil on Panel
6 x 6
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Can it really be Day 29 of the challenge?  Only one more to go!
This has been hectic and fun, but above everything
I have truly enjoyed seeing the amazing work that has
been produced by the participating artists.

I am really fond of this sugar shaker.  The lid is a
beautiful copper color and has holes in the domed top.
Thought I'd add a few sugar cubes just to add some
interest.  For some reason, when I was young I thought
you were very rich if you used sugar cubes...


All of my paintings for this Challenge will be done in a 6 x 6 format,
and my main goal while painting from life
is to LOOSEN UP and USE MORE PAINT...
something which will only benefit my work.

If you would like to join this Challenge, or just follow the
work of the participating artists, just visit her blog:

Slices of Life by Leslie Saeta




If you would like to see more of my work,
please visit my website or my blog. If you are
interested in purchasing any of my paintings you see
here on this blog, please contact me.


Claire Beadon Carnell
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8 comments:

Pattie Wall said...

I felt the same way about sugar cubes when I was young, course they were more expensive to buy that way if I remember right. I have never seen a sugar shaker. That is beautiful. Your ellipses are so perfectly painted. The color is magical and that box - always like seeing it.

hmuxo said...

This is absolutely beautiful, Clarie.
The glass sugar bowl is wonderful..especially with those speckled color in it..As far as the sugar cubes..OMG...it brought back memories when I was a young girl living home...I didn't know they still existed!! LOL

Susan Williamson said...

Another amazing piece. I'm in awe of how you do what you do in this small format!

Debra Bryant said...

You have a way with glass! I love this sugar shaker too. Vintage items are so much fun :)

Kimberly Vanlandingham said...

So Lovely!!!

Ann Rogers said...

The metal, glass and wood all in one composition, so well done!

CrimsonLeaves said...

I've never seen a sugar shaker before but I sure think this is beautiful, Claire!! You have captured that copper lid perfectly!

Pat Koscienski said...

I've never heard of a sugar shaker, Claire. You have shown us some really neat still life pieces in your paintings. Well done.

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