posted by william wray at 6:18 PM
A corner very well, I like the harmony of colors. Congratulations William.Greetings
Excellent piece - Either Chuey just ran through there or he's about to any moment - nice knife work.. and I don't mean Chuey's.
I really like this -the limited color pallet, the simplified forms. Very nice work.
The somber color creates a real "watch-out" mood.
I just purchased your number nine "sparrow".Wonderful.It looks like you are using a even more limited palette this days.And yet full of life.The secret is the values I presume, and cool vs warm colors, and analogous colors and...Well, to much secrets to be a secret.It's simply very fine art.
Thanks HV Iwas just was in a mood. The last few days I've been pushing color like crazy since my eyes were torn out at the Franz Bischoff show.http://www.pmcaonline.org/
No wonder!What moves men of genius, or rather what inspires their work, is not new ideas, but their obsession with the idea that what has already been said is still not enough. (Eugene Delacroix)
that would cover it for me. I'm for exploring the late forties- fifties again-
thanks fort everyone's comments.
ExcellenteWorkTank you for sharing
"When you start a painting, it is somewhat outside you. At the conclusion, you seem to move inside the painting." - Fernando Botero
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