SPEECHLESS......this is fabulous!(taking a breath before I write...)Wow, just wonderful and the worms below...I love them too...who knew a person could enjoy looking a worms and smile!Smooch,The Tart
Wow! Awesome! I am dumbfounded and spellbounded by the beauty of this piece. Love the mystery behind it and your idea of getting your audience to involve in the imaginary process. The shapes and contrasts and colours (oh yes the different shades) kept me staring at it. A lot of imagination to experience writing on water. Very inspiring!
i love this so much! the beautiful shapes and colours, it's a river, it's a womb, it's a heart! imagine that it is even more than we can see! beautiful work.
You've combined a range of disparate elements and turned them into a luscious whole. Beautiful.Detlefhttp://www.detlefjumpertz.com
Yor work is truly lovely, inspirational. It's not often I comment but love all of yours so much.
Pondering his waning life:"I've seen attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion; Cee beams glittering at the Gates of Tannhauser.All those moments;Lost,Like teardrops in the rain.Time to die."Roy Batty from "Blade Runner".Are our memories really lost after death? I certainly pray they aren't.
Firey the angels fell...
I'm glad I'm not the only one who listened to the dialogue in Blade Runner. :-)
This is amazing and mesmerizing...it makes me think of Siddhartha's river that flows and flows yet is always there, at once the same yet always different. Your use of shape and color are extraordinary...this is something I could look at over and over and see something different each time.
ok now you have my jaw on the floor in amazement!I love how it flows, intertwines, depth, and sheer beauty.Love this piece! and ooh those colors!
JodyThank you , what a nice compliment!!Well, I'm a person that can even find spiders funny:)))Christine Lim-SimpsonThat means so much to me, thank you for the lovely feedback! ValGalArt You are so right, all that and more...people are mostly water;) Detlef Thank you, thank you:)Artymum I'm so happy you did, somehow I've missed your page until now, and it is sooo special! Thanks for your comment, Onclejohann ...if only you could see what I've seen with your eyes...I think that is the question that fuels so many works. But it is unanswerable, unless by faith.(you can't wane... you've got too much to do!)Thank you Lisa!Bless you Carla What is it they say, you can't cross the same river twice. But you know it is all the same, so who's to say you don't cross every day:)))ToniYou've made me all misty-eyed:)Thank you for the beautiful comment.
It looks like a deeply-layered watercolour. Is it? It is so lovley -- functioning on so many levels -- so many interpretations and such sweetmness for the eye.
andreaIt is watercolor, as you said, deeply layered. (in more ways than one:))) Painted on my favorite coldpress block. It is about gone and I don't think I'll be able to get more of that particular paper:(Getting good brushes anymore is harder too. I still have some good sables, but to get new ones I'd have to sell my car:)))Thank you for your comment:)
This is certainly unusual, I don't know what to make of it.
This is downright stunning! Lovely, lovely, lovely.I have written on water and it is like my memory. This explains why I don't visit you as much as I intend to. Please forgive me. And, NO, I not imagining things....again.
just wonderful! 'imagine writing on the water of time' beautiful imagery
your watercolours are so beautiful..
That was weird.. was looking at your illustration and noticed your profile photo looking back at me with the same pose. No hat though. I like the writing on the water of time. My art history is'nt hot, but this reminds me of a mural style from the 50's maybe. I get the impression this would open out endlessly if it were moving. ...... .::: )
Luv the organic folds, reminds me of Jim Burns color choices and combinations.stevePoisonPencil:-)
I have no patience – how will I be able to wait the whole week for the next Illustration Friday to see more of your art? What can I say – I am greedy.This watercolor is beautiful and evocative. My response to it is very emotional and melancholy, but after staring at it for a while, when not a thought remains and just forms dancing – I feel energized and strangely optimistic!More, more, more!!! And while I can’t help with paper, here is the link to Russian sable brushes – maybe you can keep your car yet! Lily http://www.kolinskyartbrushes.com/brushes/kolinsky1.shtml
What is time, without time. So nice.
The only reason I like Mondays is because of your blog!I looked at this earlier and had to come back to it before commenting. I could stare at it for hours. Another commenter used the word "mesmerizing" and I would have to agree. To me, it's absolutely soothing and calming. The colors are stunning and there is so much to notice.I just love your work!(oh, and I love the prose beneath the picture--you always make me think!)
Very cool! I love the abstract nature of it...of course, I would! Bravo!
beautiful colors, and i love the way the join to twist and bend creating such dynamic flows
Amazing ... just imagine this could be the memory of my bedroom ... sometimes I wish there hadn't been so many people sleeping in my room before me. It kind of gets crowded but the variey of different personalities is somewhat similar to your illustration. That's me with the blue pyjamas };-}
Cool shapes and colors.
Chuang Shyue ChouMake of it what you will, that is what is there for:)))Imagine. Thanks for the smile:) The Mysterious Poodle CircusThank you, the Pink I like:) I understand completely! QweySpiral Thank you so much for your comment, I loved hearing from you!Your wax paintings are Awesome!! I have always wanted to try those, but decided I had to draw the line somewhere:))) .:Claudia:. Thank you,I truly appreciate your comment:) Modroom Yes it would open out endlessly if it were moving, right until it met itself...and then white.Thank you for commenting!! Steve Thank you Steve! After seeing what you are doing, I want to say go and check out Digital Webbing, if you aren't already a member there:) See link on the side.(oh, if you aren't a member now, lurk for awhile before trying to post,it's safer that way:)))) Jim Burns huh? WOW!Lily and Lucy WhiteBless you, what an awesome thing to say:) How can I possibly respond to you in a way that this comment deserves?I'm honored dear Lily, I'm happy you found the center of the painting. Thank you so much for your comment and the link(it's a goodie:)Oh, I'm so overextended now and snowed in and got boo-booed in adumb-but fall on the ice and family stuff has taken what is left of me...the art will come, the art will come...but not for a bit. Thank God for the computer or I'd go stir crazy... I know, Waaaaa!!!:))))) Zordis Perhaps eternity, without human tautology.Thank you for your comment:) Cate Cate, you are such a special person! You have a way of making me feel like people are just fantastic:)))Thank you!!!!! Big AYes you would dear one:) Thank you!Thank you so much Anthony,your comment makes me happy:) (I was afraid you would hate it)AnonymousDear Anonymous, oh, I'm so happy to have this post from you!I do understand what you are saying, I know what you mean. And I know, you know, I know:))) Please do stay with us, you and your blue pajamas are always welcome. Just pop in and say "hi" ...anytime:)Thank you Giles!!
This is a beautiful abstract illustration - so rich in color and textures. It envelopes you and takes you deeper and deeper ... just like a river would.
You've done it again!!! I've dived right in and found myself lost. I just got back! Your choice of colors just beautiful! I find my self intertwining within the lines weaving around to follow the various textures. I even find myself imagining the river of life and the human body! You have given the viewer the opportunity to go even deeper than a simple river! Brilliant!
Beautiful and mesmerizing. I love the flow and lines.
wow.This is amazing , the colors and texture, the ripples...I feel the river.
As I have always said, Your work is fantastic! And see everybody agrees with me. :)
It is fab, they are right, what a beautiful illo. Such a pleasure visiting your blog.
wow, this is gorgeous! i'm totally sucked in by the lines and colors, the twists and turns.
Very rich and deep. Got lost in it. Real nice.
Fantastically beautiful piece. I love you can lost in it, The colors are amazing.
"Writing on the water of time!" If only the river could speak! Great illustration! Love the colours and folds...
It's a dream. A souvenir. A memory. It's organic and vegetal. It's what to want it to be. Like life. You can imagine what you want in this wonderful drawing. And you can imagine your life. Thanks to you, great artist!
LeDial, ta very mucho. I missed a previous reply of yours somewhere else I think.. did you mean you sometimes put a picture in the woods and leave it there? That's a genuine question as I think that's what you meant.....:::::: 0
I got a beautiful new grandson today....WOW!!!!He is fine and now I can relax:))), yes I wasso worried, but don't tell anyone:)Pretty, pretty baby and so sweet!RachelleYou make me want to do more:) WilnaraOh, Wilnara, you always leave me the nicest compliments:)Tony Cool Tony, glad you liked it!MelbaHey Melba, thank you so much for taking the time to visit:) The Red SonThanks Rob:))) R.E.D.III:)))) StringThank you, I am happy you visited and I am truly happy you commented:) kat :)))) there is nothing like a "wow" to make my day, AnonymousHi there! Glad you are still with us:)Twisselman Thank you, I really like your illos too, even when they are someone you cut off:))) Urban Convert Thanks for your really nice comment! Cream ..asking "what" instead of "why"...Thank you Cream!!Merlinprincesse Beautiful words Merlinprincesse, thank you dear:) Modroom"The Woods" is a section on my website. I have left little bookmark paintings in library books for people to find and keep if they want:) But I have never left paintings in real woods.
nice composition with nice words..
Oh, You mean the best woods in town! I've been there on my zigzag wanderings but not explored everything yet. That place needs to be savoured. "Basket of Light" by the Pentangle also conjures up woods for me. Best wishes L ........:::::: b
Wow, this is a great great painting. Even though I don't know what kind of message you want to convey, the colors and the lines are so powerful...
This is gorgeous! I love the rich colors and shading.
This one is absolutely fabolous, great picture !
ShishanyThank you very much!ModroomHey, I'm glad you like the Woods,if you get lost, keep going, thereare more paths:)Miragee Thanks for the wow:)AravisI'm so happy you liked it:)Gudbrandsdottir Thanks!I'm happy you left a comment:)
Beautiful Colors! Very intereting piece.
M.bThanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. Your page is superb!Linking:)!
i've looked at it and again and again and i love it, but i love it even more if i turn it upside down.. i know, i'm a nutcase, but that doesn't change the fact... ;-)merry christmas (or joyous winter solstice) to you, LDahl!
Hi Dahl, Jeepers, this is fascinating and kinda creepy at the same time. Didn't I see something like this on CSI las' week? :D
Alina Chau Hey Alina, thank you:)vfm4You are not a nutcase, in fact I congratulate you on your perception:)))Merry Christmas (it was a joyous winter solstice, see photo above:)))18 minutes after midnight!) to you dear vfm4. Mick :D ... You should see my REALLY creepy stuff:)))But, yeh, I do know what you mean, lots of things look like other things, it's all in you viewpoint.
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