My watercolour palette, desk setup – by Carol Berry Watercolour and ink in a 3.5”x5.5” Moleskine journal Sketched September 24, 2015. Part of getting back into watercolour painting is the selecting, organizing and rearranging of my art tools into various work spaces. This is a wonderful distraction for me, although the explorations of the […]
Pen and ink, 2015 09 17. My overly arranged and rearranged art supplies. Glad I am finally sketching again.
Carol Berry, Perrier Water. oil, 8 x 10 inches. ©2011. After a whole year of planning and making a homemade pochade box, I finally used the kit and immediately found a critical flaw, I was tensing my shoulder because the palette was too high and close to the painting. I paid a severe price the […]
Carol Berry, Tangerine. Oil, 8 x 10 inches. ©2010. This is another still life that I painted in our trailer one rainy Sunday last August. I was really pleased with this painting. I have always been in love with form and volume. Years ago I worked a lot in clay, always mindful of the play […]
Carol Berry, Corn and Tomato. Oil, 8 x 10 inches. ©2010. I set this still life up in our trailer during a rainy Sunday last August. I have really enjoyed working on smaller canvases this year, this is new for me. The reward is that I can manage to finish a piece in an afternoon. […]
Thanks Mary (15 x 24) watercolour, by Carol Berry, copyright 2000, in the collection of the East York Foundation. This painting is inspired by the Canadian artist, Mary Pratt. I set up the objects for the still life and photographed the scene, using a whole roll of slides. Luckily the light changed in the last […]