It's that time again, and in a new year! I'm ranted out regarding time flying by, so Iet's just move on shall we?
This months' challenge was to paint whatever we wanted to, but it must begin with the letters—pi and it was given to us by Sharman Owings. Very cool.
I can relate to the little Piggy I chose to paint on so many levels, the most obvious being the internal and external aspect of his round pinkness. Save more money, spend more calories. Enough said. As a new friend is fond of saying...Gak!
Please enjoy the group response to the "pi" challenge.....
“Pineapple on the Snow”
Oil on hardboard 8x10”
©2011 Diana Moses Botkin
“Old Pickup Truck”
6x8” oil on panel
© 2011 Robin Cheers
6x6” oil on canvas
©2011 Ruth Andre
oil on panel, 6x6”
©2011 Sharman Owings
“Apples for Pie”
11x14” pastel on pastel board
©2011 Vicki Ross
Suze, you never cease to amaze me with your backgrounds. I'd have to photoshop out all my smudges!ReplyDelete
Perfect piggy! his expression makes me smile, you've got the shine wonderfully, another corker ;))ReplyDelete
Very nice piggy!ReplyDelete
oh the sweetest piggyReplyDelete
Cute piggy bank!ReplyDelete
Oh that gorgeous pink ceramic! Beautifully done, Suzanne!ReplyDelete
I LOVE that pig!!! He is my favorite color. I know, I know it's so sterotypical, but I'm not afraid. I'll say it. I love pink. :) It's such a joy to see your newest painting Suzanne.ReplyDelete
I love your pink pig... I'd have to say after Christmas that I'd paint one because sometimes that's what I feel like... ha ! Oh well, thank you for the kind comment on my carmel apple post. Your comments mean a lot to me ! -SandyReplyDelete
FABULOUS job on the ceramic piggy! And your challenge group was diverse and fun! I also love how big the piggy is on the canvas!ReplyDelete
Oink! SOOO pink! Delicious color work.ReplyDelete
Oh yes! Pink pigs are particularly pretty. I love it!ReplyDelete
I absolutely love the piggy such fun)ReplyDelete