This reminded me to write a post about 'One Painting a Day'. Those are incredible, entirely humble paintings that capture how luscious food, fruit and everyday items are when you know how to look at them. Why humble? Because those artists just whip up one lovely painting after another, charge a ridiculously low amount for them (we're talking under $200 for the most part, often for $100.) post them, then move on. There is no pretension in those paintings a day and they allow people who love nothing more than owning original art to indulge without breaking the bank too much. My guess is that they paint like I blog, just to keep things loose, keep the juice flowing.
So here there are: a few of my favorite of the moment found on the Daily Painter site. Most of these artists have their own blogs too.
and last but not least, Felicitiy's find: the work of San Francisco born and French resident artist.Rebbeca Loulou. ( I have to admit that I don't know if this qualify as a painting a day work but it reminds me of it, so that's good enough. )
Warning: do not look at this art on an empty stomach.
There are so many more painters a day I love. I might have to do another post on this.