Observations and thoughts about the fine art of painting
I really like the additions to this since April 10. I like the softening of some edges and the new space relationships created. Set it aside and think about it awhile.
I think its mind blowing!
I like all the new additions to the painting except for the drawing/portrait at the bottom left. Not sure it does anything for the total. The other elements work to add mystery, make me ask questions, look longer, so I think they all work very well. But this is just one person's opinion!
Hi David,It's great, but what else in new! Your boundless creativity is fully on display here.You, sir, are a true modern master. Sincerely,Gary.
William, Hey, thanks for weighing in on this, and yes,sage advise from one of my fav. art blogger. I have stopped to let it steep and to let me think about my next move.
Glad you like this one so far Arti and Alina.
Rhonda, You met my dynamo friend Mryna. I trust she showed a plethora of neat art techniques nd kept you very busy! I Agee with you about the lone face but remember there is more work to be done on this portrait . . . Hopefully it will all come together!
Thanks, Gary. I'm trying my damnedest to get a new portrait style going. It most likely is going to take awhile, but it sure is a lovely and invigorating challenge!
I like what happened to this portrait, your additions bring it a touch of mystery that appeals to me.
That's a good description, Lydie . . . "mystery". Thanks.
Now there's that mysterious face emerging in the lower left hand corner. Wasup David? Like it a lot.I love watching you shift gears in a painting and decide to change, it's exciting.Ciao,Barbara
Yo,white Canadian gurl! . . .wuzup with the "wasup"?? Get down with the wuz not the was!!Have a nice day, your southern homey boy
I am not an artist, but I can appreciate art.. great work coming up.. i can see...
It is fabulous. The expression and colors are expert. It belongs in a museum.
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