Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Just playing

I posted a portrait of this lady about a month ago . . . kind of spiky looking, and I didn't like it . . .
so . . .  his is the same painting but with tweaks and embellishments . . . three weeks of playing . . .  Davey can be a dull boy if he don't play. Don't ask me what it all means as I haven't got a clue!
Watercolor on 140 lb. Arches cold press. 14 inches by 18 inches.

10 comments:

Jose Angel Navarro said...

Fantastic David!! Regards.

William R. Moore said...

David,
Playing is good. Channeling William E Moore?

I like also the April 8 version and the April 26 version. Today's is more complex and thought provoking.

Scott Parker said...

Yeah David, this is the one. Really enjoy what going on.

William R. Moore said...

Correction, Meant William K. Moore.

Avishay said...

Hey David,
Thanks for an amazing semester- you open a new world for me; you are one of the kind. I'm already missing you!
this painting looks great but I do like the 2nd. version better- this one is a bit too busy for my eyes- but what do i know....btw- what happened to this student?!
Avishay

David Lobenberg said...

Mucho gracias, Jose.

David Lobenberg said...

William, Yep indeedy, I am channeling some William K. Moore. I like him and the Painter Of Blight - William Wray. As always, I appreciate your comments!

David Lobenberg said...

Thanks so much, Scott. in beautiful Alabama.

David Lobenberg said...

Avishay, You know nothing!!! :-) As always, I'm kidding! So glad you grooved on my class and you were an A-1 student! Yep, this one might be too busy, but I gotta put it away and evaluate it at a later date. Never-the-less, no play makes Davey a dull boy.

Cynthia Schelzig said...

Fantabulous piece!!