Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Lemon Lounge #330

















I just met Randy Veragus, the Producer for Alluring Artist, "a weekly spot showcasing local talent" - I think this is the first time I've ever been interviewed on video or maybe ever, come to think of it. Well, anyhow, she has a warm, upbeat, outgoing personality and did make you forget about being on camera, which must be very hard to do.

It was fun, I've been looking forward to it and now I can't wait to see it!


$100

6 comments:

  1. I guess you are still in your blue period. Love the warm lemons against the blue cup.
    I am in mourning because I broke a favorite Chinese blue vase similiar in color to your cup. It is in at least one of my paintings on my blog. I have painted it again and again because I loved it so much. It smashed to smitherenes.
    Congrats on your interview!

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  2. I love this! The lemons look like they're really lazing around, being cool, taking 5...lovely!

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  3. Lisa, you are truly amazing! Although I was expecting to find a painting of a beautiful svelte and sexy woman, ah hem, myself, the fruit works. Ha ha ha Hey maybe that still is a painting of me. I've been called "fruity" before! :) Just kidding around! Your work is even more beautiful staring at in your studio. I highly recommend anyone wanting one of Lisa's paintings to go for it! Stunning work, Lisa. They moved me.

    And thanks for the kind words. Cheers, Randy

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  4. Congrats on the interview! Lovely painting - love the value shift and light green teal against the white in your foreground shadows!

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  5. A delightful painting - and congratulations on the interview!

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  6. I know, I slipped back into the blue period, I don't know how it happened, I blame the new striped blue fabric remnant I found -

    I haven't had any studio casualties yet, but there are a couple of pieces I would hate to see go, some were from my grandmother's house, but prior to painting them I kept them all wrapped up safe in a box! I think at least when we get them in a painting we have a permanent way of remember some things, even if we don't have the subject anymore.

    Randy - love it! Can't wait for the show and to see all the other people you'll be featuring!

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