Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Apples

I'm really happy with these apples. I learned so much from my T.V. art teacher Jerry Yarnell -- my husband tells me these classes are probably 20 years old LOL I don't care -- I figure the principles are still the same. I get them on the BYU channel on Saturday. I record them and then I can go back and watch as many times as I like.

6 comments:

Teri C said...

Marilyn, these apples are just gorgeous!!! And I love the setting in the grass, it's so simple yet so effective. What media did you use for this? It looks like oil. Beautiful beautiful!

Lin said...

OH YES!!! MARILYNN!!! THESE ARE JUICY, BRIGHT, CRISP, AWESOME APPLES!!! GLORIOUS!!! GREAT SETTING TOO!! BRAVA! BRAVA!

carolynk said...

These apples came out great! You really captured the color and highlights. I like how you pout them in the grass. I never would have though of that! I wish I could watch your TV art teacher!

Irene said...

Great apples. We just went to Oak Glen and saw many apples on the ground in the orchards. I would never have thought to paint them there. Very creative.

Linda said...

I agree about the setting -- it was a really wonderful idea to put them in the grass! Great piece!

Marilyn said...

Thanks to all for your comments.