Saturday, May 1, 2010

pepper



Well, its been a refreshing Spring season despite the two snow storms we've had in the past week. That's normal right? For it to snow at the end of April? Diediker is back from Australia which means camp fires and Chef's Table hook-ups. And I've actually got some sun on the face while doing a little plein air painting. NOT a strong part of my skills. plein air painting. But it is good to be outside again.

Anyways, There are 3 different shows I'm excited to participate in. This painting titled "pepper" will show at the Utah Museum of Fine Art beginning the first weekend in May. I like this piece.

11 comments:

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

This is a very moving piece, Justin. I wish I could view in person. I get so much from her.

Anita Davies said...

I like this piece too Justin...Such a deep piece that says so much.
Would love to see one of your plein air paintings, any chance you would post one here?

Anita Davies said...

I love this piece too Justin, so deep, it says so much.
Love to see one of your plein air pieces, any chance you would post one here?

inkdup said...

I love your work, the brush strokes, the colors...everything!! Will you ever come out with a dvd of you doing one of your paintings? I think that would be great! keep it up!

Antti Rautiola said...

A friend of mine recommended your blog and I am happy that he did.
These are great paintings! :D
Cheers!

Jesus Estevez said...

I love this painting.Great work in general Justin

mrityunjay said...

i madly love this..u rock man.

Philby said...

This is a great piece and it seems the woman almost seems pieved that particular day, it is almost that she is at complete peace, but just feels lightly out of sorts, a love headress, though, the angle is quite good to for thoughts to accompany the painting..

Pepper said...

Beautiful

Lora Lee said...

Love. Such a great piece. You did an amazing job. My little sister looks gorgeous.

peter said...

Wonderful work... This one is exceptional.