Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Mindscape

Here is a "Mindscape" that I painted yesterday at The School of Light and Color in Fair Oaks, California where I teach a Tuesday watercolor class. Please click here to read all about this watercolor exercise. By the way, one of my followers, Meera, came up with the title "mindscape". Thank you, Meera!

10 comments:

Cynthia Schelzig said...

This is fabulous....love it!!

Lina-Paola said...

Wow David! This is a great piece. I really love the perspective you got going here. And yes mindscape is a nice title for this piece. I also like the color choices that you made, it just really speak for itself. Keep on posting!!
-Lina
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Barbara M. said...

Gorgeous David.

It looks like icebergs.

Your fan in Toronto.

Barbara

Dan Kent said...

This is stunning. Love the blue/rust contrast. Love the drips in the water, the touches of yellow, the light in the sky. I cannot believe this was just an "exercise"!

AutumnLeaves said...

You asked what I see here in the other blog...I see big, huge glaciers that have cracked and shifted into each other. The cold and crisp waters of the Arctic...

meera said...

That is a beautiful 'mindscape' indeed :) and thanks for the mention -I really appreciate it. I think I see huge cold icebergs and beautiful sunlight! One great imagination!

Arti said...

Wonderful piece of work, David!

David Lobenberg said...

Thank you everyone. It is a nice surprise that you all like this so much. Hmmm...maybe I should play around more in this genre of watercolor.

Dana said...

Lucious! - And it fits in your under-over water theme too!

Dana said...

Lucious! And it fits in your under-over water theme too!