Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Kayla again

Find out why I painted Kayla again on my AFSA blog.












4x6 oil on canvas board


20 comments:

dominique eichi said...

Well I don't know the reason yet but all I can say is: what a beautiful job you did. Just splendid !

Barb Hillier said...

Wow - beautifully done - so much expression in the eyes...

David Larson Evans said...

Well done young lady this is fine art.

Edward Burton said...

Beautiful job, Sheila!

Teresa Mallen said...

Well done Sheila, Kayla is beautiful!

Mary Paquet said...

I just love the way Kayla is standing and holding her head up so proudly. You've done such a great job of capturing her personality.

Carol Horzempa said...

I like Kayla's pose in this portrait. It shows off her large chest and proud good looks. Beautiful job, Sheila!

L.Holm said...

Love this one of Kayla. Such a noble stance. Also love little Boo on AFSA.

Stephen Dell'Aria said...

I like the posture of this dog. Very well done. The animal seems friendly but very formidable too.

jennifer woodburn said...

Oooh I love this one Sheila. You have a gift with the puppy dogs - you really capture their personalities! Great brush strokes.

Tracey Clarke said...

aw...I love her.

Mrs. C said...

Thanks for your comment and your prayers!

Abby Creek Art said...

Beautiful painting, Sheila. I love Pitties!

Dean H. said...

Well done, Sheila!!

Gwen Bell said...

Kayla is beautiful. She (he?) has that "Wise Dog" look in her eyes. Very nice job! I really like the Raw Sienna next to the Turquoise background and her green collar...oh and the strong outline around her body. Very painterly!

Lyrically speaking said...

the colors are hot

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

You really have a way with the dogs!

Michelle Burnett said...

Kayla looks very regal!

Dean Grey said...

Sheila!

Great composition here and great expression on the dog's face.

Nice, fun colors too.

A happy little painting!

-Dean

Dewberry Fine Art said...

What a great portrait of this dog. Love the way you filled the picture plane. The positioning and stance and color work very well.