Fun with Friends!

I have no idea how we decided to do this and am not sure when. But I do remember it was so much fun! Oil paint, spray paint, and oil pastels on canvas. All three of us working at once. Actual size: 45 inches high by 51 inches wide. Happily hanging on my bathroom wall, where it brightens my view every day. Thanks to Susan Scutti and Tom Burnett for (a) joining in creating the original art; and (b) saying yes to publishing the transformations. Rock on with all your socks on!

Left Center Right by Susan Scutti Tom Burnett and Catherine Rutgers © 2014 Gray Composition © Catherine Rutgers 2014 Yikes Stripes © Catherine Rutgers 2014 Clouds Make a Difference © Catherine Rutgers 2014 Lemon Slice © Catherine Rutgers 2014 Gift from the Hand of a Very Good Friend © Catherine Rutgers 2014 With Creatures by Tom © Catherine Rutgers 2014 I Used to Be an Invoice © Catherine Rutgers 2014

Original art by Susan Scutti, Tom Burnett, and Catherine Rutgers;
photos by Catherine, December 10–11, 2011, transformations
December 2, 2013 through January 24, 2014 © Catherine Rutgers 2014

About CatRutgers4Art

Original art by Catherine Rutgers, with musings on the media and the methods. Founded in 2010. “I believe in magic moments. Am not afraid to be sentimental, and adore a tweaked cliché. Two of my favorite pastimes are watching paint dry and observing green tendrils unfold.”
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3 Responses to Fun with Friends!

  1. Happy to see the like from Anne Warren, and enjoyed checking out her mixed-media work …

  2. Susan Scutti says:

    fun transformation… what i remember about doing that painting is you, Cat, setting up all the paints and pastels and the three of us working on it from different angles… we’ve had some very fun times…

    • Good morning, Susan, and cheers!! What amazes me in looking at the “masterpiece without a name” from so many angles (both physical and onscreen) is that I can identify our three separate styles, and yet the whole composition holds together. So cool!

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