Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Art Girl's Paintings

My art girls have been working on this painting. It is taken from a Canadian artist - a book I bought when visiting Calgary.  I have done this painting before with another class years ago, but I think this class of girls did an exceptional job.  A couple of the paintings are not quite finished. One of the girls took her painting home last week so that I would not make her work on it anymore.It is not pictured. One girl has been absent and has not had a chance to work on hers. I have eight girls in all. So, one of these paintings is mine. 

10 comments:

Buck said...

The contrast in style is interesting. Are we supposed to guess which one is you? OK... I'll play. :-)

Middle row, far right. Do I get the prize?

Jo Castillo said...

Oh, a test so early in the morning! Your painting is not #3 or #6 (from top to bottom, left to right). They are signed. Not number 2, not finished.

I haven't seen you work in acrylics very much. Hmmm. You don't use real saturated colors in most of your work, so does that exempt number 1? I never paint well when I'm teaching as I'm busy showing technique, are you that way, too?

I think number 5 is not quite finished either. So, I'm going with number 4. Sigh......

Bag Blog said...

You win!

Bag Blog said...

You were right too. And #2 ans #5 are not finished. Very good.

Jo Castillo said...

Your girls are very good! You have taught them well. Super!

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Stefan said...

Not to discredit the others, but I like the one on the top. I think it's the vibrancy of the red, and the really bold shadows.

Bag Blog said...

The one on the top is excellent. The one right under it is very funky and interesting. The one under that on the bottom is the sister to the one on the top - very talented family.

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