This is a mixed media work entitled "Deep"
11 inches by 14 inches
It is the first piece in a four piece series about fishing with my mother.
You can see the others in the series over here
It is a bit spotted and a bit dotted and a bit deep water
and a bit ... late in the game!
The word for the day is ... quintessence
... as in something in it's purest form, the substance composing the celestial bodies and the most typical rendering.
ohhhh i like this very much; the layers; the bubbles; the colours.....
This is lovely, and all the more meaningful that there is a story/ experience attached! Very nice work!
Hey! Not only are we close in blog entries but we are posting to IF at the same time. Creepy! :)
Actually, I think you are better at posting every day whereas I have been known to take a month's break from my blog. But I strive to be better at that...
nice bubbles! and i love the others in that series too
Wonderful design and the colors are so much in harmony with each other. Took a peek at the others and your work is inspiring.
I seen this a while ago looking through your works link.Love the colors, shapes and abtractness of it all ! Really great !
I love your free brushy style. Very nice illustration.
I love this, it's stunning, wonderful composition too. Thanks for quintessence too!
the colors, the water bubbles the fish swimming in and between, full of depth, is your art in your gallery too? I hope it is!
I loved the use of color (but then, I'm biased as green and blue are my two favorites). The other paintings were lovely also, especially "Downstream". I am continually impressed with how you translate your life into art. Thanks for sharing this image.
This is such a great merging or abstraction and realism--like falling into a dream.
This is beautiful. I know, I know I just keep saying the same thing it seems. I really love your use of circles and ovals in a lot of your pieces (thanks for the link).
You know I am loving the colors in this too!
wow you're so popular in the comments section!
I think that when you show other people's work in your blog, you should make that more clear. its definately hard to tell that the painting with the fish and the blue blobs is not yours.
love a tu ma mere cherie!
you should spend more time looking in on my studio... this is my painting ma petite chou-chou.
p.s. said daughter is off to paris tomorrow so is in another world...
SUSAN, these are wonderful! Has your mother seen them? I love the series aspect, it tells a story...
I really enjoy your fish series (of course!) and love this newest addition.
blues and greens and circles, love them all! Very nice series, even nicer to know what inspired it.
Wow, love this one. Came for the robot but this one drew me in. :-)
o, I love this... its colors and composition are just wonderful! love the series, too..
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