Thursday, June 5, 2014

'green and crimson squared' by myra anderson painter of the ballerina sketch . . .


It was a beautiful spring day.  We couldn't believe that in just a few minutes we would be painting with the great Claude Monet.  As we looked out onto the lake we could see his 'studio boat' rising and falling gently on the water.  The cerulean blue sky with it's cotton candy clouds peeking thru the trees already looked like a Monet painting. 'Today we are going to paint the effect of light' said Mr. Monet.  'We are also going to apply color straight from the tube and mix our color right on the canvas.  But before we start painting are there any questions?' he said.  'Yes I have a question Mr. Monet' I said as everyone turned to see who was speaking.  'What are we having for lunch?'


7 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Fun post! Valerie

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Tee hee, very funny! Beautiful artworks both of them!

lee said...

I laughed out loud, yes you got it the most important question

Lisa Graham Art said...

You silly girl Myra.

Your painting is lovely...just lovely and will add brightness to my day. :)

Cindy D. said...

Haha! (Though I generally suggest we all just say NO to Lunchables.)

Another wonderfully vibrant painting! Terrific! And I really love that little boat on the lake.

bellefrogworks said...

Your post made me smile - love your colorful painting.

Helen H Trachy said...

You're so cute Myra! :) As lovely as your little dancer! Happy day !