posted by william wray at 1:27 PM
I can taste it.
Dear William, So lovely work! Please let me know your next try on a cake. Of course, I'll have it after your use. Cheers, Sadami
Yum...My favorite pie!
I love lemon meringue pie! Your painting is making me drool.
I especially like how you have done the meringue; you have captured how there is that hard surface to it, yet it's whipped at the same time. There's so much depth in just the white/shades of white alone.
You're Aries -- I should have known it! Do you have any place where you talk about your palette and techniques? I'm curious whether you start with a toned canvas. Do you work on canvas or prepared panel? Do you have a limited palette? I am an artist and also teach art. website: www.blehert.com and blog: dearartist.blogspot.com. I hope to hear from you. You are among my favorite!
Now..... THIS is wonderful!!!!
William, I do enjoy perusing your work. Thank you for sharing. This piece of pie is a wonderful piece.
Pam I don't have a set method anymore. toned can be help full but I don't always do it.I had canvas I work on Linen panel or Wood w/ gesso.Gamblin and Windsor Newton are the best cheap brands, Hoblein is my favoritefor advanced work. No water based oil.COLORS COOL RED Alizarin crimsonWARM REDCadmium red lightORANGECadmium orangeWARM YELLOWCadmium yellow mediumCOOL YELLOWCadmium yellow light, pale or lemonGREEN ViridianBLUEBoth ultramarine and cobaltBLACKIvoryWHITEIf your lazy like me add yellow Ochre, Sap Green and Mineral Violet or DioxidePurple.Large tube of titanium white I like Rembrandt nice and creamy is the rule.MEDIUMS - linseed if you want, not really necessary till advanced.
Do you have any objection if I blog your palette selections and link to your blog on my blog site: dearartist.blogspot.com?
Nice Slice William! I love your palette.
I just love your take on these desserts.
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