Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Sweet Temptation Jurick's Different Strokes challenge

Karin Jurick's latest challenge was cupcakes. Right up my alley. I left off the sprinkles.

16 comments:

Edward Burton said...

An absolutely beautiful job, Diane. The frosting looks so light and fluffy and I love the reflection.

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

Is that oil Diane? I love how you took a traditional approach to a modern subject...fabulous!!

Beverly Zajac-Larsen said...

That looks sooooo yummy! I think you win for yummiest cupcake! Excellent rendering! Beautiful Job.

painthorsestudio said...

BEAUTIFUL! Love your frosting, and your dramatic lighting. All your work is amazing and this is really wonderful.

Claire said...

I think sublime is the best description of your entry...definitely put me into cupcake heaven.

Sheila said...

ooooooooooooo.....aaaaaaaaaaah...I love this!!

Gwen Bell said...

Gimme some SUGAR! This is gorgeous. Oooooh the icing, the ICING!

Diane Morgan said...

Yes, Dana it is oil. That was exactly my intent....to look like an old master's work. Thanks everyone for your kind comments. Claire, funny you should mention heaven. My last two car paintings both had heaven in the title. Maybe Cupcake Heaven is next!

Lori Margulies said...

Your gorgeous traditional lighting and technique make this cupcakes beautiful, elegant and rich. UMMMM!

Carol Nelson said...

I gained two pounds from looking at your painting. Fabulous.

Diane Morgan said...

That's odd Carol. I think the cupcake only weighed 1 pound :-}

sandra corey said...

I LOVE this cupcake and keep coming back to look at it again and again. Went to your site and found lots of other wonderful art.

Deborah Ross said...

This looks just perfect and good enough to grab and eat. What a great job.

Diane Morgan said...

Thanks Sandra. Appreciate your kind words.

Diane Morgan said...

Hey Deborah....that's exactly what I did. I am now on a diet!

James Parker said...

The crisp, vibrancy of your realism far exceeds any sparkle of sprinkles. Great job, Diane.