Lovely - the clouds have a wonderful silky-soft quality.
More play, more content. Like the red line work on the left and the bold line work on the right. It's really gutsy. I think you must be having a break through. Good good good
I love the Woman in Violet, and also the Young Man Dozing from a few days ago.
I especially like the violet woman. Lot's of emotion there.
Love the cloud one. Love how it plays with our ideas of color and shape.
Ultimate DUX bed.
Thanks, all.AH, I'm smiling.
I looked up DUX. Never heard of it. Now that I know where the distributors are, I'm not surprised (La Jolla, West Lake, Palm Desert, Newport Beach, West Hollywood)
Jean, how do you display your work for your posts, are these simply photographs? If so, they look beautifully balanced.
Jean, these are really looking terrific!!!Austin must agree with you...Wish I were there.
PA, I had to look up DUX, too.Paula, thanks. These are photographed by me in natural light, no flash--a little frustrating because I have to wait for the light to be okay.Shanna, thanks. Of course I was thinking of you when I drew the clouds. I'm loving Austin, and there sure are a lot of clouds-- a lot of weather, period.
Yes, two more winners. Woman Wrapped in Blue and Woman in Violet seem more intense to me, but today's woman in the clouds is interesting in her floatiness.
I think I could look into the Woman in the Clouds for hours and continue to see varying images. Very nice work, Jean!
Thank you, BANJO52 and Ann.
The Woman in Violet speaks volumes!!!!!!Jo
Jo, thank you.