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This new additon to the Cherry collection is also on a special effect background…the ripe round sweetness of the fruit looks even more luscious against the old metal can with it’s rivulets of rust.
Watercolour on Arches Hot Pressed paper
Still Life with a Picnic Table
Still Life with Black Cherries and Old Lace
janis, food, fruit, cherries, watercolour, red, berries, still life, blue
I paint in many different styles and feature a myriad of subject matter, which I show as individual collections….I am inspired by the world interpreting it in brilliant colours, often influenced by the writings of famous authors and poets..© All rights reserved. All images contained on these pages are © copyright protected by Janis Zroback and any use of these images in any form without her written permission will be considered an infringement of these copyrights.
you like those cherries!! This so well done, Janis…love all your work. I’m always learning from you.
I am currently painting a Cherry collection…at least 14 but maybe more…you really need 20 to 30 for a show…thanks so much Allison…glad you like them…
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I Love this! :) Love the textures! :) Beautiful! :)
Lovely to see you Maria…thank you so much…Glad you lkie it…
oh Janis I always love your work! :) Happy New Year and all the best this year with everything you do my friend! :)
Same to you…I hope you have a wonderful year…
So beautiful, fantastic painting techniques.
Thank you so much Teresa…very nice of you…
I love your cherry work, Janis. I am always intrigued by your ability to paint so realistically. I have never been good at that. Added to my favs..beautiful!
Thank you so much Lisa…I tend to break rules though, especially when it comes to light…painters like Rembrandt placed light anywhere they wanted to illuminate the subject and I admire that style very much…..painting realistically means using your inner eye…I generally don’t have anything in front of me…e.g. I have no cherries sitting on my table while I paint….I remember being told when I was learning to paint the chinese way, that chinese painters don’t paint from a subject, but from what is remembered…I have been doing that ever since…it stops me from being too literal or hyperreal which can end up looking flat…
Your cherries are always great and that background is amazing
Thank you so much Susan…I love doing paint techniques and it was what I was known for first of all…
Janis I keep changing my mind , this is now my favorite !perfection, liz
Well Liz…wait till the next one..(smiling)…I’m so glad you like them…I’m having a wonderful time creating this collection as it’s true to my style and vision…
Thank you so much Alison…very nice of you