Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Tilen Ti - Royal Gala Apple



Artist: Tilen Ti
Medium: Oil on board
Size:6" x 6"
Artist's painting blog: http://tilen-artplanet.blogspot.com/
Artist's drawing blog: http://penmarkermagic.blogspot.com/

8 comments:

Horst said...

Very artsy, I like the handling of the paint, and color choices.

Cheri Homaee said...

I agree with Horst. very nice

Nancie Johnson said...

Love the crop (in fact, the one I'm working on for this is similar!). Great use of color - love the leaves & the shadows.

Pat Koscienski said...

I also like the composition, Tilen. But, mostly I love the juicy, thick paint applied. That dark background really pops your apple and at the same time it unifies it with the shadow and highlight of your apple.

IrinaSztukowski said...

Interesting composition. The green takes half and the red takes half. What a competition of primary colors.

thank you!
Irina

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

This is a luscious painting. Your application of paint is so beautiful! My only concern is the little highlight on the rightmost edge of the canvas - my eye wants to stay there.

Angela said...

As always I love your style, your boldness and your color choices. The crop is nice and just makes your work jump right out and have you asking for more. I love it.

Lela Stankovic said...

Your painting style is very unique and sophisticated. It is very painterly and artistic, real pleasure to look at and admire.

When I think what else could be done, the first that comes to my mind is form and sense of space and three dimensionality. The values for shadows, reflected light and middle tone seem to be too close to each other, so that apple roundness and leaves form are somehow lost. The core shadow and reflected light on the apple are not visible giving it flat non round appearance. The same applies to the deepest shadows and “see-through light” on the leaves. I hope this will help to paint them next time. In general I love your painting style.