Welcome to Week 14, Year 4 of Paint Party Friday!
This week, random.org chose #56 - Sharon aka Moxie Rabbit. Sharon created her own version of Botticelli's "Study of a Young Girl" as part of the Studying with the Masters Class. She shows the process she went through to get to this final version. Check it out!
"Study of a Young Girl" by Sharon P. Pope
As always, please make sure to use your post URL address NOT your blog home page URL address as there are many late visitors who get confused as to which post is for PPF when they arrive (after Friday) at your website. If you are unfamiliar with Mr. Linky, an explanation of how this tool works can be found on Week 1 and Week 2 posts.
Have a wonderfully creative week!
Hi Everyone! Sharon's piece is lovely. Wishing all of you a happy weekendReplyDelete
Still drawing flowers. This time one of my favorites, which is hibiscus. Happy PPF!ReplyDelete
Happy PPF to everyone. I love Sharon's piece. I have to go check it out. Thanks for hosting.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work from Sharon! ValerieReplyDelete
Amazing Art from Sharon! Happy PPF to all!ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting♥♥♥
interesting piece from Sharon!ReplyDelete
Beautiful portrait, Sharon, really well done.ReplyDelete
I love to read about working methods and processes, Sharon's post was just perfect for these needs!!!ReplyDelete
Heading to Sharon's blog!! :)
Happy PPF everyone, I'll certainly look up on Sharons work.ReplyDelete
Congrats, Sharon! She's a knockout!ReplyDelete
Congrats Sharon! And Happy PPF everyone :)ReplyDelete
Sharon your lady is stunning, beautiful work!ReplyDelete
Lovely portrait, I really like the expression.ReplyDelete
beautiful portrait-love the hair. Happy PPF!ReplyDelete
Powerful beauty and intense eye..she is stunning..gorgeous art Sharon..congrats!!ReplyDelete
Happy PPF everyone!
I love Sharon's stoic portrait. Blessings!ReplyDelete
Sharon I loved your underpainting. I know it was not like Botticelli, but she was beautiful and mysterious, quite modern. I find what you all are doing in that group so interesting!ReplyDelete
Thanks for letting us in on the process, Sharon. A master's class must be challenging.ReplyDelete
Hey, All. Stop by my blog and leave a comment to be entered to win a FREE aceo abstract painting. Happy PPF everyone.
Sharon's art is lovely! Happy to be back at PPF after a long time. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your comments!ReplyDelete
I have to say that my process and the teachers' processes on any of the pieces that I did in this class have very little in common. That's why I'm sharing my process. I have learned, and been exposed to, a tremendous amount of good stuff in this class and I still have a lot more to learn.
I'm honored to have what I love to do acknowledged and thanks again for all your comments! Happy PPF! :)
Lovely work from Sharon!ReplyDelete
wow!! what a great painting Sharon! happy ppf to all!!!!ReplyDelete
Hello, Happy PPF, I like the pose of the girl and the composition of hair is very original. Saludos a todasReplyDelete
What sweet hair she has with the blue ribbons! Happy ppf!ReplyDelete
Love the painting Sharon! Happy PPFReplyDelete
After a loooong time, I'm participating again and can't wait to visit everyone's entries. Happy PPF! xoxo SilkeReplyDelete