Saturday, September 16, 2006

Flowers



oil on gessobord, 5 x 7 inches
Sold.

As a bonus, the winning bidder will also receive a free original Haiku on the theme of flowers, color and the nature of seeing.

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Blogger rsf said...

Nice One David!
I really like the flowers and all the colors compliment eachother so well. Your work gets better every single time I look.
:) Rebecca
p.s. I just found out why you did not post the maine picture on ebay and I am seriously jealous (also, the special frame that my father bought for it arrived in the mail today)

6:23 PM  
Blogger David said...

Thanks, Rebecca! Not to worry . . . there will be many many more paintings to come!

11:51 AM  
Blogger Peter Yesis said...

Very nice. I like the soft feel you got with the paint on this one and the color.

8:21 AM  
Anonymous steven larorse said...

If you ask me, and I know full well that nobody has (the beauty of the blog), this is the best (paintig that you have posted on your blog since I have been visiting). Could it be that I am so simple that I love the perspective of the table? It is your first dive into quasi-landscape. This is a total threshold piece, dude. I could go on and on about the beautiful shadow and yet how the deep-space is lack-luster. If you kept the angle tilted like this for a year you would unvail some truths. I'm putting a bid in now.

12:33 AM  
Blogger David said...

Steven -- I don't know what to say! Thanks for such a lovely critique. I'm just going to keep on grooving on what feels right in the moment and hopefully I'll have more like this to show. I'm working on staying loose and thinking more about being descriptive with each brush stoke. Less paint pushing, and more poetry is my new mantra. What ever that means. Cheers!

11:14 AM  
Anonymous steven larose said...

I get the mantra. Its hard thouogh. Always wanting to fix a stroke, give it that extra little push and then. . .damn it gets all muddy. Being able to trust that first mark is hard.

11:36 AM  
Blogger Kathleen Marie said...

This is charming! I still prefer the lake/river/ocean pics but this is really lovely!

9:26 AM  
Blogger The Mater said...

SIL, each new painting brings even more depth ... I love this one especially.

So happy that my daughter got you to play with dirt on paper and launched you into this wonderful hobby. It's becoming much more than a hobby though ... you have the talent to go far with your art work. Very proud of you :>)

Love, MIL

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