Thursday, January 2, 2014

30 Painting in 30 Days: Challenge for January PPF

This month I am signed up for Leslie Saeta's Palette Knife painting workshop on Facebook for 30 days. I have never painted much food, so at my daughter's suggestion, I think the topic of the month will be "Culinary Delights."

Day 16: Jan 16, 2014
"Eggs, Veggies and Meat"
9x12


Day 15:  Jan 15, 2014
"Bottle of Wine and Glass"
12x9


Day 14:  Jan 14, 2014
"Canned Meat"
9x12 Acrylic


Day 13:  Jan 13, 2014
"Bread, the Staff of LIfe"
Acrylic 9 x 12


Day 12: Jan 12, 2014
"Going Bananas"
9x12 Acrylic on Canvas Board


Day 11:  Jan 11, 2014
"Ketchup and Fries with a Burger on the side."
9x12 Acrylic
Buy this painting

Day 10:  Jan 10, 2014
"Taco Tuesday"
Acrylic 9 x 12
For Auction on DPW

Day 9: Jan 9, 2014
"Homemade Cupcake and Strawberries"
9x12 Acrylic
  

Day 8:  Jan 8, 2014
"Watermelon"
Acrylic on Canvas Board 9 x 12
For Sale on DPW

Day 7: Jan 7, 2014
"Cookies and Milk"
Acrylic on Canvas Board, 9 x 12
Buy this painting



Day 6: Jan 6, 2014
"Huevos Rancheros with Avocados"
9x12 Acrylic on Canvas Board
For sale in DPW Auction


Day 5: Jan 5, 2014
"Large Pepperoni and Mushroom Pizza"
Acrylic 9 x 12 inches

Day 4: Jan 4, 2014
"Coffee and Biscuit"
Acrylic 9 x 12
Bid in the DPW Auction


Day 3: Jan 3, 2014
"Toast and Jam"
Acrylic 9 x 12 inches
Bid in the Auction at DPW

Day 2:  Jan 2, 2014
"Banana Split with Extra Whipped Cream"

Palette Knife Acrylic 9 x 12 inches

 Day 1:  Jan 1, 2014
"Hamburger with Big Buns"
I used a palette knife and Slow Dry Acrylics to paint this juicy hamburger with melting cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and secret sauce.


17 comments:

  1. Impressive work...what a great idea!! Both so yummy looking but that burger is amazing....I could see that blown up big in restaurants!! Gorgeous work! Can't wait to see the rest!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  2. I am absolutely drooling over the juicy hamburger, Penny! I'm glad I've had lunch or I'd be trying to fix something to eat that looks as good as these paintings.

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  3. Fantastic work! They all look good enough to eat. I am amazed at how life like the toast is.....Mmmm, did someone say toast?

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  4. I am coming to your house if you have this food there. LOL great pieces.
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  5. Love what you've done so far - I've seen a couple of them on PMP, love the coffee and biscuit especially!

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  6. Great work! Love the watermelons. They look so fresh.

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  7. Please send me your email address for an invitation to join the Pinterest Board "Leslie Saeta 30 in 30 Challenge."

    You can visit the board here: http://www.pinterest.com/charming1/leslie-saeta-30-in-30-challenge/

    You can send your email to my email at susan@susanejones.com.

    Happy Painting!
    Susan

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  8. Wow! You are so clever! I love the painting of the milk and chocolate biscuits!
    Sue x

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  9. ooh wow! Now I feel absolutely starving. You have made my mouth water. I really want that taco. Happy PPF

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  10. yummy!! these are great…happy PPF

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  11. wow your paintings are good enough to eat. Fab work. Happy PPF, Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  12. Penny, your food paintings are so realistic! Wonderful art work.

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  13. Wow these are so amazing and making me very hungry!! Good job! I can see an art show with this series! Just wow!

    Hugs Giggles

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  14. its hard to do food justice and you have accomplished that with great style. Enjoy your DPW ! Happy Ppf.

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  15. Wow!!! It is difficult to paint food but you have done a wonderful job at it. Well Done
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  16. Thanks, everyone. I love hearing your comments. This is an awesome opportunity to experiment.

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