- Pastel on Paper
- 22 x 29 inches
- Available, Framed
Fiesole Still Life ~ Original Pastel Drawing
Warm and cozy art is perfect for a loving, inviting home. This listing features an original pastel painting of a vintage log shelf with grey and brown neutral tones vases with a dried flower arrangement on top. This still life painting is soothing and was inspired by a real home in Fiesole, Tuscany, Italy (just up the hill from Florence).
Always wanting to try something new with each artwork, this time I was inspired by the home of a friend of mine who lives in Fiesole. This is a beautiful Tuscan home with all of the warm colors for which Tuscany is famous. Fiesole is just up the mountain from Florence, Italy, and this original pastel paining is part of the series of artworks inspired by Florence, Italy (Firenze, Italia).
This still life composition depicts three vases sitting above eye level on a shelf made from a log. One can see parts of the wooden ceiling and other details. Once again, the light is the true subject of this artwork.
I chose to create this pastel painting on a highly textured watercolor paper. It is a thick paper and I was able to use the texture to beautiful effect. I like it that the closer one gets, the more texture one sees. I am also fascinated with the layering of colors and the play of cool and warm pigments together. Note that in the grey vase on the right, I added purples and yellows into the greys. I hope that you enjoy this composition in pastel.
Payment plans are accepted on all of my works, no finance charge. You set the date and the amount that you would like to pay each month. One-third of the price [regardless of when that balance is reached] becomes the non-refundable deposit. [However, in the event that you change your mind or situation, this deposit may be applied towards any other available Borsheim Artwork.] I use PayPal since it is safe and secure for your personal information. Please contact me if this FRAMED original pastel drawing interests you. Prints are also available [as with most of my 2-D works].