Monday, March 2, 2009

"Green Frisbee"


















Green Frisbee
6" x 6" (15.3cm x 15.3cm)
Oil on Panel
$50 plus $5 shipping and handling in the US
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I caught this adorable little guy at the park playing Frisbee
with his Dad. It was nearly as big as he was and he was
so mesmerized by it that he kept forgetting to throw it.
He looks so pensive as if he's curious about what is making
it glow. I liked the way the light green was reflected in his face.
He was 10 times cuter than this in person.

10 comments:

Teresa said...

Oh Gwen this is precious,you've captured the moment beautifully! Awesome work!

Edward Burton said...

Very sweet painting, Gwen. Beautiful job!
Looks like you're on a roll!

Sheila said...

Boy Gwen, I don't know how you do it. So much detail in a 6x6 canvas. Amazing control on your part that's for sure.

Dean H. said...

Children can be very hard to paint and still have them look like children. But not for you! Great painting, Gwen!

dominique eichi said...

Great piece. it's so fresh with a lovely attitude.

gianlucio said...

Hello Gwen, this beautiful painting with the child, every time step to see new work. If you must follow my blog of pictorial art.
Ciao!!!

Roxanne Steed said...

what a darling moment in the life of this child- you've captured it beautifully!

TSL said...

I don't know how anyone can paint on such a small surface and get facial features like that! Nice job, just came across your blog, hope you are enjoying yourself.

Dewberry Fine Art said...

You really captured the beauty and sweetness of this young child. Wonderful gesture, color and composition.

L.Holm said...

I love the color glow of this one, Gwenn. Excellent work.