11×14 in mixed media. The 3rd and final wave is up and running at the Putnam County Library and this is one of the pieces. Not sure how normal shows go but I was able to provide the public with 27 hand picked works over a 2 month period, 9 at a time. Feedback continues to be very favorable from visitors, which is greatly appreciated. Thanks again to Stacie Johnson.
On to this current piece…nature and the elements, kind of played with a reflective type theme…water, deep and shallow and moonlight…are those snowflakes?…maybe…is that mountains?…possible . The colors and texture have a brisk cool feel to them, and I really enjoyed changing the shades and hues as the trees came thru the piece. I might over-play the white outlining, but at this point I can’t see the work without it. I have used this style and technique on several pieces now, each one creates a different but pleasant mood for me while glazing at them…I hope it catches you in a similar fashion.
I’ve enjoyed looking through your artwork ~ thanks for stopping by my blog which provided the link back to yours. I’m not an artist but enjoy/appreciate artwork!
I’ve been trying to view all of your art that you post. I really enjoy your design and color use. It reminds me of art my grandparents used to show me from the late 70’s and early 80’s. Though I reckon you draw from different styles. This is fabulous! Absolutely even!
Ya pegged me, 70 thru 80’s my foundation … with a present 2010 slant..appreciate your comments, thanks
You’re very welcome. Art takes a lifetime to accomplish and it’s only done when we’re most active. 🙂 You know this and it appears to be what you do in life. Glorious!
This is really wondeful!!
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Parallel universes, delicate symmetry, and a very amusing title– that’s a winning combo! : )
appreciate the feedback Mark…a title should be part of the art or at least something to get a viewer to look at ya…right?
Right you are, sir! : )
Thank you for liking my blog, and now that I have discovered yours, I am enthralled!!
Just stopped by to admire your work and let you know that I have nominated you for One Lovely Blog! To find out more visit: http://jmnaszady.wordpress.com/2012/09/09/picture-a-day-247-a-blogging-honor/
Wow! I love your use of light in your paintings. It seems to permeate everything. I think it says a lot about the artist. Loved “It’s Too Cold to Skinney Dip”; title and visual complement each other so totally. Congratulations. 42 year old ink beautiful too.
It is really great to hear specific comments such as yours…as a artist it is a treat to hear what people think of your efforts…thank you
Exquisite picture – the one done in old inks/paint. Simply wonderful. So talented.
appreciate you taking the time to comment, thank you
Love the sense of reflection and use of color. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Funny how my impression is somewhat juxtaposed with the theme. I find this piece resplendent with warmth.
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