Still lifes in Acrylic and a creepy doll painting

Spending a bit more time inside this winter than I usually do.  Weekends have been either very cold, rainy or snowless. It’s been a good time to focus on other scenes around the house.

I picked some Acrylics in primary colors: Cadmium Yellow, Naphthol Crimson and Ultramarine Blue. I’ve been enjoying the Acrylics very much, they dry much quicker than Oils so I can explore different applications.

Clementines & Knife – 14" x 11" – Acrylic on Masonite – ©2013
Clementines & Knife – 14″ x 11″ – Acrylic on Masonite – ©2013
Mug and Spoon – 8″ x 10″ – Acryllic On Masonite – ©2013
Mug and Spoon – 8″ x 10″ – Acryllic On Masonite – ©2013
Pickles – 8″ x 10″ – Acryllic On Masonite – ©2013
Pickles – 8″ x 10″ – Acryllic On Masonite – ©2013
Waiting for Reveille – 10" x 8" – Acrylic on Masonite – ©2013
Waiting for Reveille – 10″ x 8″ – Acrylic on Masonite – ©2013
Banana on Red Cloth  – 10" x 8" – Acrylic on Masonite – ©2013
Banana on Red Cloth – 10″ x 8″ – Acrylic on Masonite – ©2013
A Nice Pair – 10″ x 8″ – Acryllic On Masonite – ©2013
A Nice Pair – 10″ x 8″ – Acryllic On Masonite – ©2013
Clementines Appeal – 10" x 8" – Acrylic on Masonite – ©2013
Clementines Appeal – 10″ x 8″ – Acrylic on Masonite – ©2013

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