Lovely work in progress Jean. Beautiful relief.I wonder for the finishing work.Lovely greet and a nice day
Thank you, Marja. Greetings and a nice day, to you too. Glad you're back.
I really like the simplicity of this...as is!!! Very dreamy...
She is so pretty. What a lovely face.
Even though it's a nude, this immediately made me think of church.
There is something special when figurative images come from the head. The images of so many poses, and knowing nothing was missed.
Thank you, Chieftess and Margaret.I am liking this, too, which is why I am staying away from it for a while. I can come back to it with a fresh eye.
AH, bizarre but yes, I get that feeling too. It feels dark and somber and contemplative.
Anthony, yes, it's different when you don't have a model in front of you and you don't have a photograph to refer to. Probably the synthesis is more like what painters did before cameras.
Wonderful mood and texture, and as mentioned above - love the simplicity.
This composition is quite abstract for you. I like it--but then I like all your work.
To my eye that blue is special--very dignified, yet rich. I saw formality, but I didn't see church before AH's comment,. Now I do, and I like that feature.
oh Jane it's beautifull so for me it's finished
Thanks, Linda, Banjo and Laura.The colors are beautiful and dark, in person. I'm clueless as to how to get a better photograph of the painting.Still keeping my hands off of it, for now.
I find both, Seated Brown;Reclining Grey and Seated Woman, excellent pieces of work.The stronger directional slant of SB/RG gives it a power of action,and the rich paint and chiaroscuro lighting provides the power to SW.YOU must be very pleased with both of them. They are both a pleasure to explore.
this one is really beautiful. Don't change a thing (also do what you want - it's your painting)
Thank you, Julie. It's exciting to take sketches and transform them into something else.Thanks, thanks, and thanks, PA. And I will. But so far, I haven't touched it.
It looks perfect as is so it'll be interesting to see what changes you make, if any.
Me, too. So far, I haven't touched anything.
Magníficos colores, una obra con mucha fuerza. Hay un aire de soledad aquí.Felicitaciones y bienvenida a mi blog.
Thank you, Ruben, and welcome to you too.