11 January 2017

Warming up...


Warming up om weer in de routine van dagelijks schilderen te komen. Er gaat niets boven appeltjes om mee te beginnen!

Warming up to get back into the routine of daily painting. There is nothing better than little apples to start with!

Te koop in mijn Etsy shop.
Available in my Etsy shop.

17 comments:

Mariela said...

Great warming up!
I think apples is one of the most painted and beloved object of all era and for every student as well as profesional artist.
Everyone have someway, somehow, sometime painted an apple!

John Simlett said...

Using apple warms you to the ..... core!

Angelique de Vries said...

Prachtig Judy, zo gaat het vast lukken!

veredit - isabella kramer said...

Lovely looseness !! Welcome on board again.

xxx

Linda Roth said...

Great choice for getting back on track! Charming warm-up!

Blaga said...

Yes, "paint something round, like... an apple". Whenever I struggle finding an inspiring subject I remember you writing this :)
I love the looseness and the brave color choices in this watercolor!

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

I think you are inspiring me to make an apple crumble...yum! An apple a day for creative health too. Happy new year best wishes for a creative one.

Jane said...

Beautifully done, love the contrast between dark and light.

Chris Lally said...

Doesn't get any better than this! Simply beautiful!

Judy said...

Thanks everyone!
Blaga.... :) yes, it still works, doesn't it!

Deborah Nolan said...

Dear Judy this is a wonderful subject to get started painting in the New Year. I may finally get back into the routine this week as well. For certain you have inspired me. Hugs!

Catharina Engberg said...

Great start!

Sandra Busby said...

I do enjoy the delicacy of your painting technique Judy... Beautiful! :0)

Pat said...

Lovely warm up painting!

Celia Blanco said...

You are off to an amazing start, Judy! This is perfection.

Susan said...

A great way to warm up after some time away from painting!

hmuxo said...

A beautiful warm up! I look forward to your next painting, Judy!!!