Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Minneola Forelle Pair

Minneola Forelle Pair
a Minneola tangelo and a Forelle pear, paired in the snow
behind my home at Shapleigh, Maine

on Feb 2, painted on Feb 5, 2018
10" x 7" (w x h), Daniel Smith, Schmincke Horadam, and
Winsor & Newton watercolors, selected for light fastness
and permanence, and Uniball waterproof fade proof ink on
140 lb. Arches cold press rough 100% cotton watercolor paper
framed, $120 + $6.60 sales tax + $10.40 shipping = $137.00
online at my art blog HERE where you may leave a comment

The Art of Minneolas
as seen by other painters

Pear and Minneola Still-life
Caron Sloan Zuger, Puyallup, Washington
Watercolor, 15" x 15" (w x h), 2007
The Artist's web site HERE

Angela Marie Moulton, US, Chicago, Illinois and Idaho
Artist's web site HERE and blog site HERE

Minneola Mystery
Peter Parrish, Shreveport, Louisiana
Oil on canvas, 7" x 5"
See the artist's web sites HERE and HERE

Orange Tangelos
Deb Anderson, Glenview, Illinois
Acrylic on board, 9" x 7" (w x h), 2010
"In between freelance graphic design jobs
and family duties, I try to complete one painting
a week, more or less. I also enjoy teaching
and filling up sketchbooks."
Artist's web site HERE

Will Beger, Scottsdale, Arizona
Acrylic on wood, 32" x 48" (w x h), 2017
Artist's Gallery web page HERE and HERE

Tangelo Trio
Lisa Foster, Oregon, US
Oil painting on cradled wood panel, 16" x 8" (w x h), 2016
BA Portland State University, Graphic Design
 Painting, Drawing and Printmaking.
BS University of Michigan, Chemistry
Artist's web site HERE

John Barrett Holdway, Jr., Eugene, Oregon
Oil on canvas
Interview with the artist in Singulart magazine HERE
Artist's web site HERE

Minneola Tangelos and Blue Bottle
Aleksey Vaynshteyn, Brooklyn, New York
Oil on Gesso board 8" x 6" (w x h), 2015
This painting was part of the Will Paint for Food Project,
all profit from the sale donated to help
feed the hungry, details HERE
Artist's web site HERE

1 comment:

martine paquet said...

Beautiful post, Bruce! So interesting to see all the styles and way of painting the same fruit.