Labels: Raimonds Staprans
posted by william wray at 1:44 AM
Another not-usual point of view, looks great... composition and color contrast give a graphic design feeling on it
Love the shapes. Good work!
Dear William, I love colors, contrast and a composition. Very impressive!Kind regards, Sadami
Robert Spooner is a genius. So are you.
Like the birds eye view... from the sky. Yellow guaranteed to banish any depression - weather or emotional for miles around. Good luck on getting the gold and congrats in all cases Will.
Great use of light and color! vibrant stuff
Congratulations, Bill!! Your work is always stimulating!!
I like this angle of view. Good luck, and score some goods. FYI..I googled arron westerberg and your blog came up as top search with a gold star.
Great piece and beautiful palette on all your paintings!
Wow, nice perspective and use of bright colors.~Kirby
Shoot! For a moment there I thought I was seeing an oil rig. ~m
William, I saw a thumbnail of this on the RayMar site and it just knocked me out of my chair!I got back up to comment on this wonderful painting!! Great color harmony and composition.
Nice piece! I was unfamiliar with Staprans until now, but have long been attracted to the Bay Area School stuff. Congrats also on the Raymar recognition.
Great one Bill--and congrats on the Raymar too!
Great work, I like the simplification of the water.The truth is I do not know if it is oil or acrylic.Regards.
In your honour and in honour of wall the Illustrators and Painters, I publishedan illustration.
So many great things about this painting! Very nice!!
You've developed your own signature style unlike any other artist....and if I were judging this month Bombay Beach would be in my final twelve!!!
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thank you all...I'm happy that this experiment went over. ;-) I'm definitely going through a transition phase. I find myself feeling like that paintings I did 6 months ago were painted by somebody else. Expressionism is really having an impact over technique. The next phase is finding a clearer voice in subject. The biggest thing is thinking more being open to artists and subjects I dismissed in the past because I didn't take the time to find subtle meaning.
What a striking image; I love the design!
I love Raimonds Starpan's work. Your work is a a wonderful tribute! Beautiful colors and great composition!
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