For this afternoon's painting class, I set up this still life with wine bottles and glasses of three different heights. Arranging them before me, I started blocking in all edges of the glass, overlapping them where applicable. Next, with a large brush, I paint the masses I see, looking for central colors within the shapes. Once the panel is covered, I start the palette knife work, breaking edges and dropping in thick paint. As I approach completion, I start to check that my colors are harmonizing, and bouncing off the varied surfaces. With so much glassware, all colors should reflect off their surfaces. I wanted quiet color today, so I chose a chardonnay for the lead wine. If I didn't have such a full day, it would have been lovely to have a little wine for lunch! Painting number 1503 in 1503 days.