Thursday, February 5, 2009

Two Small Ones



Hi, Both of these are 6" X 6", painted on masonite panels. I painted the close of the cat last week and the victorian house was painted for Karin Juricks blog. Both are painted in oil. Cat is sold.

12 comments:

laine lea said...

hi Barbara! Love the work your doing. ive not been around much since Thanksgiving but am happy to get back into it now....ive missed it!
your protrait work has really gotten so good! and what great fun to paint at a muesum - good idea!

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Laine, Good to see you, I've checked your blog quite a few times, good to have you back. Thank you for all your encouraging words about my work. I'll be over to visit you.

Bill Brauker said...

Hi Barb, I love that kitty cat. Nice work on it!

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Bill, Thank you, fun to paint an animal every once in a while.

neetzy said...

Hi Barb,

That kitty shows so much personality. The eyes are very luminous and convincing! (I have to try some small paintings I tend to work rather large and never get finished).

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Anita, Yes, you should paint something small, something to be said for that. So glad you like my kitty, the paintings always look better in person than in my photos

Art with Liz said...

Hi Barbara, am catching up here. Your Victorian house is great, that lovely paintwork almost makes it look like candy (as you call it in the States) and I agree with the others, I think you've excelled yourself with that cat painting. What a lovely work of art!

Karen Hargett said...

Hey Barb - I love the cat! Nice to see you doing an animal ;-)

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Liz, thank you for the nice words, the kitty was a fun change.

Barbara Pask said...

How about that Karen, I like to mix things up sometimes, lol. You sure do a wonderful job painting animals.

Carol said...

What a beautiful cat Barbara - I love it!

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Carol. So glad you like my kitty, fun to paint.