domenica 11 aprile 2010

la melagrana - the pomegranate

§ Sto un po' meglio e così mi sono divertita a fare qualcosa che troverà posto nella sala da pranzo della Casa Rossa.
Io adoro i quadri e mi piacciono GRANDI ! possibilmente un tantino esagerati.
Così ho copiato il quadro, vero, di un amico che dipinge con una tecnica incredibile e mi sono regalata la sua Melagrana.

§ I feel a bit better thus I had fun doing something which will have pride of place in the dining room of the Casa Rossa.
I love paintings and I like them BIG ! possibly a little exagerated.
Hence I copied the, real scale, painting of a friend who has an incredible tecnique and I presented myself with his Pomegranate.

11 commenti:

Flora ha detto...

Bentornata! Ma sei bravissima!!!
Se questo l'hai fatto mentre stavi male, figuriamoci quando sei in forma!!! La casa rossa sarà fantastica :-)
Ciao, flora

Debbie ha detto...

I really like your painting Rosanna.
I hope you are feeling better. xxx

Catherine ha detto...

Rosanna,

It is a wonderful painting. It will look great on your dollhouse wall. Are you going to make a frame for it?

rosanna ha detto...

OMG I did not paint it! I could not do it for my life sake !! I printed it on a rough paper then I fixed it and afterwards I glazed it with a mildly shiny varnish. I tried to simulate the brush strokes to make it look more real.
It will not have a frame because the original has not.

Norma ha detto...

It's not fair! I haven't had breakfast yet and here you are posting pictures of pommegranite when I've just come from Ira's blog where she has Devil's Food Cake - is it a conspiracy?? :) LOL

A great idea to copy the painting, I love the colours.

Glad you're feeling better, even if only a little :)

cockerina ha detto...

è belllissimo, complimenti al tuo amico!!
anche io amo i quadri senza cornice, ne ho un paio così nella mia casa reale...
intravedo un pezzetto di pavimento della tua casa rossa....
perchè E' il pavimento della casa rossa, vero??? quando ce la fai vedere?? ci tieni sulle spine, monella!!
Caterina

Caseymini ha detto...

Rosanna, the pomegranate painting is beautiful. Tell your friend that I admire his technique and I admire what you did with it. I am sitting here waiting for the pomegranate in my back yard to bloom...Soon.

Catherine ha detto...

I didn't mean to give yu the impression I thought you painted it. No matter it is still wonderful and not framing it is great too.

Sans ha detto...

This friend of yours really paint beautifully. Pomegranate is my favourite fruit right now. It is in season and I buy them whenever I can. The mini version will look fantastic in your casa, Rosanna. I like the way you did it because it really look like a real (acrylic? ) painting and not something you printed from a computer.

Lize ha detto...

I so agree with you! I like them BIG too. And you did a splendid job with that little panting. Did you use water colours? Your painting looks more translucent than acrylic would be. And I love the close-up of the fruit!

Besides, I just love pomegranate! This year I am too lazy to peel them, so I have been drinking liters of pomegranate juice!

Anneke ha detto...

beautiful painting! I thought it was 1:1 when I saw the preview picture in my list! Your friend made a very beautifull painting and you made such a great mini out of it! I love it! I agree on big paintings, if you're gonna put up any, they better be good and big right!? ;) :D