Thursday, February 24, 2011

Zippo by Sheri Jones

Zippo by Sheri Jones
10 x 10 oil on canvas
I created this as part of the challenge Michael Naples posted on Daily Paint Works this week. The instructions were to paint this lighter using burnt siena, ultra marine blue and white. I was surprised you can get such a wide range of values using such a limited palette. It was a fun challenge. I painted this with a palette knife.  Sold
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** Paintings of Light and Energy***
Artwork by Sheri Jones
The Historic A.P. Gordon House
308 East Pearl Street
Granbury, TX
817-279-1164
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Friday, February 25, 2011
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6 comments:

Linda Popple said...

Great job on this challenge! I like all the texture you created with the palette knife.

Douglas Clark said...

The award for most texture on a zippo lighter goes to Sheri Jones. Also, like the flame. Yours was the only lighter with one. Cool.

Mimi's Moments said...

Brings back memories of my dad lightng up. Very real. Beautiful work.

David Schulze said...

I really enjoy seeing works that feature unexpected subjects. this is great!

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

Just Love your Zippo.

Roberto said...

The Theme: Dark, light, and reflections in a simple subject matter as a zippo is unique. Your eyes have fallen upon a the absence of light in the background while bringing about a curious folly, but unambiguous colors presented in your theme. Excellent work.