100 OIL PORTRAITS IN 100 DAYS - Jodi, 64/100, © Carol Nelson Fine Art


Day 64

This is Jodi. Since her photo was taken outside in front of some foliage, she reminds me of a wood nymph - not that I've ever SEEN a wood nymph. I usually have a plain colored background, but on this one I put some leaf forms in there. It just seemed like the thing to do. For purchase information, please see my website, or email me at carolnelsonfineart@comcast.net.

The WINNER of the last group of ten by ONE vote was Stape, 52/100. Then two were tied for second. That was really close.

6 comments:

Lisa Lectura Creations said...

Hi Carol! You are amazing! The oil portraits you have created for this challenge are out of this world! Thanks for sharing your talent with us all! Have a great Friday! :)

AutumnLeaves said...

Beautiful background, Carol. I also love how you captured that greenish reflection lymning her jawline. Jodi is so pretty!

Saundra Lane Galloway said...

Never having seen a wood nymph myself I think she looks JUST LIKE A BEAUTIFUL WOOD NYMPH! Love that foliage behind...you kept is subtle enough that it works...

jyothisethu said...

carol,
highly fascinated and really stunned by the portraits...
how good you are in capturing the figures, light, contrast etc...
the skin tone and effect of light falling on it is wonderfully captured...
congratulations...

David Larson Evans said...

Still going strong...great.

Bobbi Heath said...

Carol, these just continue to amaze me. What a wonderful series. And congrats, I have just given you the Sunshine Award! Details are on my blog.