Saturday, September 25, 2010

Yasha Sharma - Royal Gala Apple



Artist: Yasha Sharma
Medium:Acrylic on paper
Size: 15" x 11"
Artist's blog: http://yashasvision.blogspot.com/

6 comments:

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

Yasha, I like your cool palette with this. It gives it an entirely different feel, and is quite attractive. You do want to watch that the left edge of your table is 'drooping' a bit - an easy fix!

Pat Koscienski said...

Nice painting, Yasha. You did a great job on the leaves and I like the way you handled the background.

Angela said...

Hi Yasha, Beautiful red apple. The striations are lovely. The shine is great. The leaves are very good. The areas I see for possible change are the drooping table as mentioned by Claire, Another thing is the woodgrain on the lower left seems kinda like a a ripple of water.It would only take a little rework to achieve the real wood look. The only other thing is that your apple is center and with the leaves reaching left it seems empty space on the right. Thanks for allowing us to look at and critique your beautiful work.

yasha said...

Thanks Claire,Pat and Angela for your critical appreciation.I did notice the drooping table and the center of the apple looking a bit empty and about the woodgrain,after your view Angela, even I feel I over did it.So definitely would do all the editing part.Thanks

Nancie Johnson said...

Yasha - love your attention to details in this. I would alter the wood grain a bit as mentioned, but you definitely worked at the inserting the grain. The veins in your leaves are perfect & the lines to the apple also. Centered slightly differently would give it a bit more balance, but really, a very good rendering.

Lela Stankovic said...

I agree with others; however I would like to give a special credit for painting very beautiful leaves. They bath in the light, shadows look great, and each part of them is as it should be.