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Update: Pearl and Pink Coral Necklace Oil Painting



I thank you from the bottom of my heart for all your lovely comments. I do appreciate them all oh so much. Per some of your requests I have posted the original necklace here and I have added it to my Etsy shop. Thank you again. I hope you visit again soon.
Pearl and Coral, I Oil on Canvas 6"x8" $98
Pearl and Coral, I detail

This was a blast to paint. I really like the color combinations. I had made a similar necklace for a customer, and she pointed out how it would go with everything, because whatever she wore would reflect on the pearl. It pearl is a large potato pearl in a very light cream, almost white surface, but it looked more pink on her because of the blouse she was wearing. I thought it would be perfect for my study of reflective materials.


With great excitement, I will go through my beads and see what else I can paint. I can't wait to show you what I find.

Comments

  1. man oh man give you some free time and you are off in the other room slinging paint... You are amazing woman just amaze me...xoxox

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  2. Hi,
    I just wanted to say thank you so much for visiting my blog and following it. I am so glad because it allowed me to discover your blog -- and I LOVE your work. Your paintings, your jewelry -- just exquisite! I feel you are a kindred spirit. :)

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  3. I love the jewelry but also the shadows - that is hard for me to do and you do it so effortlessly, or at least I imagine you do. Very nice!

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  4. Nice art works. Really amazing.
    crystal trophy - best crystal collection.

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  5. Love these, the shadows are what its all about, awesome job!

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  6. Well first of all I'd love to see the necklace itself...how beautiful! And the painting, too. That pearl's opalescence (right word?) is wonderful. can't wait to see more bead-type paintings!

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  7. Jewelry is such and exquisite subject, and you have done it beautifully. I also can't wait to see more of your lovely paintings...
    Best regards,
    Carolina

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  8. That is a beautiful necklace...thanks for supporting fellow artists! Beautiful blog!

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