TONALIST AND REPRESENTATIONAL FINE ART
oil on panel 16″x12″
Like the clouds of Jupiter…
It is hard for me to put into words the beauty of this painting and the feelings it produces when looking at it!
It has colors,movement…there’s this light,airy,lofty quality yet grounded by the bold strokes… A mixture of space-abstract art.
Your art as a whole is always perfect, mystical & delicate. Always a pleasure to follow your posts 🙂
It’s easy for me to put this in words—I thank you!!!
HI, Maurice! I liked Windsong II, but I love Windsong III. Especially like the upper right. And the tonal contrast, of course. 🙂 I just mentioned your Fifties photos to Adrian Pyn on WP today. His monochromatic work reminds me of your photographs from the fifties.
Thanks again, George, for everything.
Fantastic – I love this beyond words.
Thank you, Jacqueline!
I’m looking for a figure/ground effect here, and trying to unravel what I’m seeing at the bottom of the swirls. My mind tells me there is something there I’m missing! 🙂 Love it.
Marsha Lee, Thanks for looking and commenting. You are not missing a thing. Sometimes I go with the flow, let the pigment take control, and go for decoration instead of representation. It keeps the process interesting. .
Good luck on the October reception. I wish I lived closer…
Yana, You share my wishes.
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