Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Brass Bowl


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Small 5 x7 inch study of my grandmother's brass bowl.

14 comments:

Brothergrimm said...

Cool still life! I did a copper coffee perc for one of my recent assignments, and it is hard as hell to get metal down.
Also, I like the ladder on your esteban below. I don't know why, but it jumps out at me and just looks neat.

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Doug - thanks for visiting -I agree 100% - metals are very hard for me to convey.
The ladder in the Esteban is the norm in the pueblos. If you scroll down to my painting called Acoma Ladder you will see a huge ladder and I promise its not exaggerated in the painting. This ladder is huge.

Ron Morrison said...

Very nice, Cara!

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Thanks Ron

musician @ heart said...

i am super-pumped that you put a link to my blog on yours!!

Cara Dawn Romero said...

My pleasure Michele!
PS - kick Joel in the butt and make him start blogging!!!

Naquaiya said...

Beautiful color, nice painting. I also greatly appreciate the ladder. Brings back a lot of memories for me, living a short time in New Mexico. Being an artist opens new doors with our eyes.

Bonnie G Morrow said...

Thank you, Cara. The leaving things project has turned out to be a great wonder and treat for me as well. Aren't people the greatest - you never know..... Love your works! They are absolutely wonderful! What a great blog! Best ~ Bonnie G. Morrow

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Bonnie - Thanks for visiting.

Attention Readers: Bonnie has a really neat "Leaving Things Project" going on at her site. Check it out.

bookbabie said...

Love the soft, painterly quality of this piece Cara!

bookbabie said...

P.S. I know how much you love the word "painterly"!

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Lilli -
A very painterly "you're welcome" to you. Thanks for visiting.

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Michele -

Thanks for the nice comment. When and where did you live in NM? Matbe you were right next door and I never knew it.

Sandy said...

Beautiful brass bowl.