Friday, October 16, 2009

Apple challenge results

My challenge to draw and paint apples finished yesterday and I am delighted with the response.  Twenty-two apples have appeared in addition to my own contribution of ten.   If I have missed anyone, please let me know and I'll add you in as soon as I can.

The final piece from me isn't new but a painting from last year. A still life of an antique jug that belonged to my grandmother and a apple.  Its classical in composition and brings back memories for me.

One of the best ways of learning is to revisit the same subject over and over again.  Each time, a new perspective appears.  The light is different.  A different medium calls you.  Each piece that I did taught me something new.  And each piece that was submitted helped me learn how others approached the same subject and gave me inspiration for more pieces.

I'd encourage you to visit the links and see an amazing variety of skills and interpretation of this simple fruit.  To everyone who took the time to add a piece, thank you. 

Jeanette Jobson
Apple Study
Apple Macro I
Apple Macro II
End of Palette painting
Apple experiments continue
Yes, its another apple
Oil pastels and apple cores
Deconstructed apple
Graphite apples
The last apple

Robyn Sinclair
Apple Watercolour
Apple sliced watercolour

Nicki McRae
Apple Challenge

Irina Rekhviashvili
Apples on blue cloth

Autumn Accordian Fold

Gary Nemcosky
High country apples

Silvia Williams
Autumn Delight

Martine Pittet

Ann Nemcosky
Apple Time

Apple challenge

Apple challenge

Ernest Friedman-Hill
Charcoal apple

Jo Castillo
Acrylic apples
Apple II

 Rose Welty
Apple Challenge

Jennifer Rose
Apple Challenge

Stacy Rowan
Watercolor Apples

Tracy Wall
Apple and Baseball

Leslie Hawes

Vivian Blackburn
Apple I
Apple II



Jo Castillo said...

Thanks for all your work on this. It was great to see the different takes and to "meet" some new to me artists. I love to draw and paint apples.

tracywall said...

Who says apples are just simple little things?!?!? Excellent compilation of all these applets! Thank you Jeanette for all the work in putting this together!

How fun to see everyone's take!

sue said...

Oh, they are all so unique and lovely. Thanks for all of these. I will be inspired to have a go at them. Wonderful!!