Friday, 21 September 2018

Bit of zing for your day


You would think that taking a photo of a painting was easy but I seem to struggle with this simple task!  This is my latest canvas using Sennelier oil pastels. I do love how creamy these pastels are and they blend beautifully.  My plan is to do three painting for my kitchen, the pepper was the first. Not sure what fruit or veg to do for the third one as yet. 

Skipper is improving, she had antibiotics and steroids which seem to be working.  She is still keeping us on ours toes. lol

Joining in with  Paint Party Friday 

21 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

wow, just zingy gorgeous.

brenda said...

Loving the bold and vibrant colours Anesha. Pleased to hear Skipper's meds are working, Daisy is improving as well, had another check up this morning, as you say they keep us on our toes.

B x

Jan (JFM) said...

This is very beautiful!

sirkkis said...

Wow, what a color experience!
Happy PPF xx

Christine said...

I love this, the oil pastels give a wonderful rich colour.

Nicole DVArtist said...

This is perfect for your kitchen. The colors are rich well done. Glad to hear Skipper is doing better.

Valerie-Jael said...

What a beautiful painting. Happy PPF, Valerie

carol l mckenna said...

Sennilers are great and wonderful creation for you kitchen!

Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores

Regine Karpel said...

Love.

Clare Lloyd said...

It’s great

Linda Calverley said...

It's bringing back memories of my lovely holiday to Sorrento. There were so many lemons/lemony things there.

John R said...

I struggle to take a decent photo of my work, too. It is all about getting the light right. This is a beautiful painting, though. Very vibrant colours.

peggy gatto said...

Delicious painting!!
Thank you for visiting me!

LA Paylor said...

really fine painting, but I keep thinking the title is "balancing on one nipple"

Susan said...

Beautiful vivid color. Happy PPF

Susan said...

Beautiful, vivid color. Especially like the bits of green on the lemon. Happy PPF

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

A beautiful study, your oil pastel canvas is wonderful. The light can play many tricks on us when trying to photograph artwork, you did fine.
Happy PPF Tracey.

cuilliesocks said...

So pleased to hear that Skipper is doing well now.
I love your painting, the colours and shading are fabulous and I'm sure when you get the other one finished they will look brilliant in your kitchen, Kate x

Tamago said...

Really love your paintings. They will be great decoration for your kitchen! Kisses to Skipper xo

Miss Marple said...

I'd suggest an onion or a garlic clove...;-) Happy PPF - Irma

NatureFootstep said...

taking shots is tricky. The light can play tricks with the camera :( I know!

You did great with your art.