I can't believe it has taken this long for my beloved onion skins to put in an appearance on trash day!
This picture was originally in black and white, but after taking it along to The Exhibitors' Co-op, my weekly art critiquing group, it was suggested that what this picture needed was a spot of color ...and boy were they right!
I may not always agree with each objection and/or solutionn - and frankly they do not always agree either - leading to some livley discussions over the tea and brownies.
But each opinion has the same motivation - to make the piece better and to keep me learning and growing as an artist.
I thank each one of them for the lessons they have taught me. (And I do love to hear those magic words "It's Done")
Description: charcoal and pastel still life drawing of a transparent onion skin
This charcoal still life drawing is part of the “Carbon Footprints” series.