Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Boylston Street Boston


Lunch on Boylston Street
Oil with a palette knife on cradled artist board
12" x 9" x 1.5"
SOLD

I went for a walk the other day during my lunch hour and took some photos around the Back Bay area. I liked this one because it was a nice juxtaposition between the old and new architecture that makes Boston so unique. I had fun adding dabs of people walking by and eating at the restaurant in the bottom left corner. Here is a photo I took using that Macro Zoom feature on my camera. It focused in so well that you can even see a little fuzzy that had landed on my painting. So cool.

5 comments:

Leslie Saeta said...

I am thrilled to have found another palette knife painter. I love your work and will be back ften!

AutumnLeaves said...

Gosh, Ann! These cityscapes keep getting better and better. You are my absolute favorite palette knife artist. I am so intrigued by how you manage so much detail!!

martinealison said...

Travail très remarquable au couteau... Belle atmosphère.J'aime.

SUSAN RODEN said...

Really love your cityscapes - such a wonderful lushness from your palette knife.

Kim Morin Weineck said...

Excellent! And the fuzzy, too. :P

I'm so impressed. Now I want to see them BIGGER!

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