This is quite absorbing and enthralling, could look at this for hours.Detlefhttp://www.detlefjumpertz.com
Organic and intriguing, can see shells, driftwood, sand, water. Seeing space as much as what fills it :)
I see the so much in here - from a baby's footprint to a dead sailor.. like the beginning and end of life all mixed up together. And all in the blink of an eye.I love the richness.
I love this ! There are many things that come out of this picture, sopes, fish, water. The use of color is candy to my eye. Great work!
So many ways to look at this one. Its both clever and magical. Every time I see one of your works it reminds me how powerfully talented you are.
yes, clever and magical! you can see things in it and your imagination goes wild!!!
Loved all that I saw here, I love the feel of your art in general; looking forward to seeing more!!
ver neat stuff, lots to look at and think about.
Strange but beautiful! I do like your work.
Bones and flesh and depth, OH MY!Beautiful and engaging.
So glad someone can relate to "the pit" (thanks for your post by the way). I see that you like ol' Tom Waits. So good for the winter....isn't he? Dark nights with Tom. So deliciously feeding that pit. :) But wait, he is great in all seasons...The air is wet with soundThe faraway yelping of a wounded dogAnd the ground is drinking a slow faucet leakYour house is so soft and fading as it soaks the black summer heatA light goes on and the door opensAnd a yellow cat runs out on the stream of hall light and into the yardDelicious indeed.
PS. Those were Tom's lyrics, not my own words, for those who read the above post....
This is a wonderful illustration. And it's true the UNknown does have a shell but inside I have a chocolate vegan cream filling.love
Very capturing painting... a lot of things in it, so imaginating.I can´t see a dead sailor though!Very nice!
I see a shell. I see a hand. I see a dead fish. I see the bottom of the sea. And all our lost dreams. Stunning!
I'm captivated. You've left an impression and I can't help but, fall right in. Absolutely Beautiful!!!!
I found myself going back and forth from the painting to the poem and can only say this is what I consider a perfect union of poetry and visual. Is the poem yours? (had to delete prior comment due to poor typing skills)
Very intricate, L!Love the coils and colours!
You, my friend, are amazing. I see so much in this--my insecurity makes me wonder if I am not seeing the "right" things, but my intuition tells me that I'm seeing everything that I'm supposed to. I can't even imagine how your mind works, how you see details and shadows and contours and crevices, or how those things come together to create such meaning and significance.As previous posters have said, I could look at this for hours. I am so thankful you share your work.
This is another piece - like The River - that speaks of time and timelessness to me...like putting your footprint in the sand only to have it fill with water when the next wave comes in. I love your shapes and the hints of other forms...I see wood and water, stone and shell, faces and eyes. The poem is enigmatic and allows us to ponder our own interpretations. It's beautiful!On another note - your flower lady is at the framer's being matted and should be ready this week....and I'll send her off asap. I can't wait to see her all dressed up!
Anonymous(Detlef) I'm really pleased you like this one, I have painted these abstracts for years, my personal conversations. AnonymousYour work is encouraging me to show some of the things I usually don't. Clever Bold AnonymousCaroline I like to layer thoughts,feelings and ideas together, and yet keep it real in an abstract way:)) KatiliThank you! This is one that I really enjoyed exploring. Andrea Ah, Andrea...you don't know how much that means to me. I don't even know what to say, except, thank you. ValGalArtCome back when you are in a different mood and you will see different things. AscenderThank you:) Hope to see you again!kayaThanks, I love your work, Breathe is superb. Kay Susan Thank you Kay Susan, strange is my middle name, or is it eccentric?:))))~LSD/LED Rick Lovell Thank you!!! I love your comment:) (I like your new pic too)KyraLive it up, or live it down(Tom Waits:)Thanks for visiting,January is just the Pits:))) Ellen Byrne Thanks:) I appreciate your comment!The Unknown Now I know why I find the unknown so tempting! ~ thanks loveGudbrandsdottir Thank you very much... you must be in a cheerful mood!Merlinprincesse Thank you...yes, up and down, all rolled around...bottoms up! WilnaraLovely comment Wilnara, thank you dear:) Onclejohann Your opinion is highly valued. Yes, guilty as charged, my words. All hail Queen Poppova:)cream Thank you dear Cream!(I like your new pic too) ModroomYes, it can be... consider this...what came from the sea? The slithergadee:)))))))) he might catch others but hewon't ca....... CateBless your heart. If your intuition was a race horse I'd bet it to win-place-and-show, it would be a "money in the bank" bet. My mind? We don't really want to go there do we?:)))) After all, I'm the one that taught you cleaning by deception:)))))carlaThank you Carla, I live in an area where people have trouble understanding anything that isn't painted on velvet, so it means so much to me to be able to show these and get positive feedback:))) (ok, so I'm kidding about the velvet paintings, but not by much!)
So much to see in this. It goes on and on deeper and deeper... Whoa. Nice.
This is quite stunning. I can't stop looking at it. I agree that it is very organic looking. Well done. Cheers!
Footprint, huh? Hmmm--I am seeing eyes and Lovecraftian creatures. Great job.
Now it's my turn to be late this week.There is so much depth in this painting.It totaly draws me in and i feel like exploring the caverns of the deep sea,
i love your poem. and i can't get enough of this painting. someone said 'organic.' yes. primordial.
Awesome!!! Love the poem as well!
Hi,It's absolutely beautiful artwork!
i love the way i see things from the corner of my eye and when i focus it's not there... strange and beautiful...well, the essence of "sea"(how's the little one?)
Twisselman I love to do abstracts that follow the rules of concrete work...but naughty me, loves to do concrete paintings which breaks the those very same rules. Contrary? Yes, I'm afraid so:))) Thank you!!!! HollyThank you Holly, comments like yours, fosters the desire to do more.Tony Limbic system Tony, it's all there; blood with the same salt content ratio of the ancient seas. Our monsters of the past; what inherited memories do we hear? Our own personal politics.Toni Kelly It's January:) Careful exploring, not everything is as empty as it seems. :) Thank you dear for the comment! I love your new banner. catnapping Thank you so much Catnapping! Primordial soup. Soul food:) Yes!Trisha Hey, I'm so happy you liked it:) G.Larki Hello, and thank you so very much! vfm4 *Now, you have caught me in one of my little tricks*:))) Thank you for telling me! *Big grin* I usually don't get to know if they work or not.I get to see "Little One" day after tomorrow:) I'm so rich!!!
Lovely painting!! GREAT work!
I think this is REALLY cool! Just wanted to tell you that you are REALLY cool, too.:0
Alina Chau Thank you so much Alina, from you, this means so much to me:)Leezy Dear Leezy, you make me misty eyed:~} Thank you!!!!!!!!
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