I used a very limited palette on a linen board toned with burnt sienna - cobalt blue, burnt umber, burnt sienna, white, buff titanium, naples yellow, alizarin crimson and raw sienna - I guess I used more colors than I thought I did! 12x16 oil on panel
Wow, another masterpiece. I´m always exited when I see a new thumbnail of your blog and open it...:)ReplyDelete
Beautiful, Susan! You really have an intense "I want to win" look on the horse's face.ReplyDelete
Des couleurs brillantes, riches, vibrantes... Tout est bon pour créer cette cadence... Je ne sais pas si votre cheval a gagné mais c'est une victoire que cette peinture.ReplyDelete
I really like this one too! Wonderful movement- beautifully painted. A Wow one for sure:)ReplyDelete
What a compliment, Maike - I do appreciate your thoughts and am happy you enjoy viewing my efforts!ReplyDelete
Thanks very much, Kathryn.
MartineAlison - your comments always make me smile ( after I have them translated,of course! :-)
Hi, Kathy - thank you so much. Your thoughts mean a great deal to me.
everything about this is awesome. The color harmony gives it such drama. A winner, no pun intended.ReplyDelete
Thank you , Mary - I greatly appreciate your comment.ReplyDelete
I'm sure I've said this before but it bears repeating, the sense of movement you capture in your paintings is just wonderful.ReplyDelete
And congratulations on your acceptance into the show mentioned in your prior post.
Susan, Your palette worked beautifully for this painting. Love the brush work and the action.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Shirley and thank you Ruth - much appreciated!ReplyDelete