As I posted on facebook...Wonderful painting Bruce!!! Jim
Cool Jim, thanks for commenting on my blog! Much appreciated!
I love this Bruce! You have really captured the essence of the moment. Thanks for sharing!
I am so happy you feel the mood and commented! thank you!
Wonderful soft colors work with the subject. Nice composition.
thanks so much, she's a great model- has her own glow!
Lovely painting well done
Thank you Margaret, I appreciate your comment on my blog!
Look at you go! Love the life in this one. great edge work and color flow.
Hey Julie, I'm trying to keep up with you! and that ain't easy. Thanks for your feedback, it does have very soft edges, almost like I painted it with out my glasses on- heehee.
You succeeded perfectly in your attempt ! Loose and beautiful composition, lovely and peaceful .
Hi Jane, thanks so much for viewing and commenting!
Yesterday, I tried to leave a comment, but it wouldn't let me. This painting is my favorite of yours yet! I really LOVE it!
Hi Karen, thanks for the feedback and for commenting. I hope to have more like this in the future, a bit looser.
Love this one with all my heart! Definitely my favorite! The colors are so soft, there is so much light in it! And this is exactly how my days begins, even the coffee cup at the same place (can't believe it never fell) Was about to get it, but one more painting - and my husband will kick me out!)) Hopefully it will still be available when we move..OMG I LOVE IT!!! Great job, Bruce!
Hi Irina! I know the feeling! My husband asked me recently "have you been buying some paintings"? My answer was pretty weak- "hum, yeah, but they're really small"! He just shakes his head and laughs. Thanks for your comment and good luck with your move. I almost feel like a professional mover I've done it a zillion times, well maybe more like 20. The truth is that no matter how far or how close it's ALWAYS a hassle!
Oh no it's sold!(( Congratulations, Bruce, I knew this one will be very popular! :)You are so right about moving! And on top of all that, I'm trying to count when should I stop painting in oil, so that they all have enough time to dry. Because obviously the wet canvases are not coming with us! :)
Hi Irina, yes it worked out well with a quick sale! When I move I keep painting as long as I can. If they are wet, I just put little wooden triangles (that come with stretched canvases) or anything really on each corner of the painting. Then I duck tape them all together face to face. It works out fine and there's only a little corner to touch up if there is a problem. Good luck!
Oh, thank you so much for the great tip! Haven't thought about it, will definitely do that! :)