Sunday, November 22, 2009

Spectacles 5"x7" oil on canvas

SOLD
It was such a nice day today I had a hard time sitting still to paint.   Another painting of eye glasses which fit into a 5x7 format better than a square.   I want to thank all my followers and subscribers for appreciating my art.   I love getting all of your comments.    I am truly blessed to have this life.



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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Another beautiful "eyeglass" painting! I particularly love the yellow-rimmed pair where the frames change from yellow to red. Nice sense of movement!

Tate said...

I hope that you don't mind but I have put a copy of your picture and a link on my Spectacles Blog

There's no search on your site so I cannot find other spectacles pictures (as previous comment implies there are). Where are they?

Thanks and good luck with selling this painting.

Claudia Hammer a Painting a day said...

Tate, the other one is called "Better to see you" and it is under still life. It was painted on 11/18/09.

Tate said...

Claudia, I like the new (earlie) painting more! I will add to Spectacles Blog too if that's OK with you.

Meanwhile it seems a shame that you cannot re-use your old frames. In the UK we have a reglaze service where you send you new prescription (including pupilliary distance) and your old frames to (my friends for example) Spec Repairs. You could post from US but I guess there are services local to you.

If you had a really favorite pair it would be worth it. In the UK Spec Repairs charge about £28 ($40?) for two new lenses (upwards for bi/vari-focal). Sorry to be so spekky but it's what I do!

Regards. Tate.

Claudia Hammer a Painting a day said...

Tate, That is a nice system that you have over there! I could get new lens put in the old glasses but I usually want some new frames and the old frames usually have something wrong with them by then. This last pair I've had for 5 years and they are feather weight. I finally sat on them once too often and ruined the frame. Got a nice new frameless pair. Nice to hear from you.