Sunday, January 23, 2011

I Give You...



Finally~ I can show you my new painting that will be part of the In The Nursery show at Corey Helford Gallery this coming Saturday (Jan. 29th).



I worked long and hard on this piece, I wanted to get it JUST RIGHT and I'm thrilled with how it came out! The inspiration behind it was honestly lovely Christmas lights and white snowy decor during the time I began (early November) hoping for a white, wintery, January feel.








It was on my easel for sooo long, now here without it, my place seems a little empty. She's framed and waiting to be hung in the gallery amongst some of her favorite artists and friends, and hopefully some of you can join me for the opening night festivities!!



White Fawn Sugar Scape, acrylic and ink on wood panel 24"x36"(inside frame)

7 comments:

Michele Lynch Art said...

OMG!! So worth the wait!!!! FABULOUS doesn't even begin to describe her!!! LOVE LOVE!!! xo Michele

So Good for Bunnies said...

I looove this! I hope the gallery chose it to do prints (fingers crossed!)! I know I say I love everything you do ;) but I think this would have to be one of my favorites of the last year (maybe because I'm a sucker for anything with sweets in the theme <3)it's gorgeous and the colors really draw me in too!

*daisy said...

this has to be one of my favs from you- love the progress pics, too! : D turned out just beautiful!

CrystaL* said...

This is stunning and I think one of my favorite of your pieces to date! Thanks for sharing your inspirations for this as well. I feel inspired!

Thea S said...

Aaahhheeeekk I want to eat this one, Brandi! xx

brandi milne said...

Awe, you guys xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo!!!!

MJC *-* said...

Hey,
This is a very very cute painting. I just made a cupcake sweetness post this week, so that's funny.

I was a little bit shocked about the lines you added. Because the picture without the ink is soooooo delicate, soft and it fits the painting so well!

You really should make more of the soft paintings. (maybe i shouldn't say this, because you really have to do what YOU love) but it's just an opinion i want to share.
Love your work!