This one can be considered as another landscape study. I like the color of reflection on water surface. But I try not to paint every tiny branches of those trees.
I love fig. I’ve heard “fig” fruit since I was little. But back then I could only get dried and thinly sliced “fig”. It was hard for me to imagine those dried slices were from an actual fruit. The first time I saw fresh fig was in San Francisco, CA. Someone had a big fig tree that was full of fruits in their yard. Some branches were out of their fence. I got a clear view of figs on the tree. Later I found them in local farmer market. I could still remember my first taste of the fresh fig. 😋
This little painting has a lot elements such as different vegetables, bread and napkin. And I tried the rose pink contour line for each of these elements. It works well. I also tried not to struggle with too much details on lettuce. The goal is to relax.
This one is portrait practice. I also want to paint the kimono dress. So here it is.
I may need more portrait practice…
These smaller paintings are my getaway from bigger fantasy oil paintings. I would like to keep them simple, fun and loose.
I hope you enjoy them too~❤