Monday, November 4, 2013

Copper Pitcher with Pumpkin by Beth Bathe

Copper Pitcher With Pumpkin, 6 x 8, oil on linen panel
Well, after eight weeks on the road, traveling through at least 13 states and visiting China I am now home. I returned home just in time to do a three day painting workshop with Qiang Huang. Qiang is the painter that I went to China with, and I was priviledged to take his class when he came to teach at the Artists of Yardley school, outside Philadelphia. Here is the first painting that I did from workshop.

I will be posting my paintings from China and my travels out west so keep checking my blog!

I am now selling my paintings through Daily Paintworks auctions.

4 comments:

Cecelia Lyden said...

Traditional composition given extra vitality with your excellent loose brushwork, vibrant color contrasts and great drawing-especially love the pitcher.

Julie Riker said...

This is gorgeous!
Welcome home and I look forward to seeing more of your paintings...and hopefully painting with you soon!

Sue Marrazzo said...

What a lovely work!!!

Beth Bathe said...

Thanks, I will be posting two other paintings from this workshop, I really enjoyed the traditional still life set ups