Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Last Autumn, Bottled

Green and Yellow, oil on gessoed ragboard, 8 x 10 inches, 2011
Bottled is this week's prompt at Illustration Friday. I love this little brown bottle which once held a nutritional supplement we were giving my son with autism when he was younger,  and I use it over and over again in my work. I think it signifies a simpler time, when we were full of hope and energy. Still have lots of hope, but less energy! ;-)  The coreopsis blossom and nasturtium leaves were from my late autumn garden. They lasted a long time in my chilly studio. The apple on the left only went into the compost bin a month or two ago...very long-lasting! This recently completed piece is on the invitation card for my upcoming show:

Nancy Bea Miller: recent work
May 4-29, 2011
Artists' House Galley
57 North 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA

First Friday:
May 6, 5 - 8:30pm
May 8, 1 - 4pm


Karen said...

Lovely. Nice composition & color!

LAConley said...

Beautiful. I especially like how you painted the cellophane!

John Andrews said...

Great colours!

Linda Hensley said...

Lovely. Nice job!

s a r a h said...

Well done! I really love your style. Very rich and contrasty. The colors are beautiful too.

MiKa Art said...

Beautiful! I love the colours!!

String said...

Love this. A great colour combination!

janie said...

A gorgeous mix of vibrancy and stillness.

Devika said...

That was lovely composition, Nance :)

long time...hope you are well, and to see more works :)


AscenderRisesAbove said...

ohhh I love (love) this!