16×20 in. acrylic on canvas.
Pretty basic stuff here, but never the less a nice journey playing with light and color. This is a piece that looks good from afar or up close. Thought I might get cutesy with the title but then that would take away from the intent…sweet and simple. Someday maybe this will be “Knieling’s Blueboy”, a classic from the reknown artist from Kansas. 😉
HAH! I COULDN’T HELP BUT TO CLICK ON THIS TITLE.
Not the intent…but you aren’t the first to fall prey to it…I wonder why 😉
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I really like your artistic style. It’s very dynamic. Each piece really has its own personality. Your work is excellent! I really love the simplicity of this one.
I like it – very simple and actually elegant, Ken.
Love this. Thank you for following my blog. I can’t wait to look around your blog further. Color rocks!
The way you’ve played with light here works so well, a more modern interpretation of the old still life masters perhaps?
Great job on the “Blue Ball.” Wonderful shading. Looks like one could reach out and grab it.
Like it a lot! Definitely sweet & simple ~ I find it soothing.
Thank You…the soothing maybe comes from being blue and not red or orange 🙂
Like the light very much, it also looks like a planet
i love the detail in the blue, looks like it’s been through some things in life, like the wrinkles on a person’s face ) nice piece – beth
I’m really liking hte texture and ‘marbling’ in the ball… the light, shadow, reflected light, awesome piece. Cheers ~scott
Excellent work here. I like the texture, light and reflections – this piece really is wonderful!
like this one very much
très chique !!!
Very Classy !!! I appreciate your comment, now i need to work on my wardrobe with the same effort… 🙂
the blue ball with a shadow