A few years ago, I did this pastel painting of this "watery trail:" the Intracoastal Waterway off the NC Coast. I love the IW, and those who are fortunate enough to have spent time boating on it know how it can draw you into its magic.
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Clarice and I had a blast in the studio this weekend. We added more Jackson Pollock to the blue and green painting, which I keep referring to as " Wild Sargasso Sea ." (Clarice thinks this name is hilarious.) White splotches, silver, and dark blue swirls happened here. Wild Sargasso Sea Then, the coral painting that I refer to as the "more Mondrian -ish" piece had some gold geometric highlights added to its negative space. After this, I felt like the painting was suddenly channeling some Gustav Klimt . I'm calling this one "Coral with Turquoise and Gold Incidentals." (Musical composers write incidental music to accompany or accentuate the action in scenes.) Coral with Turquoise and Gold Incidentals I still feel like my background colors of bright blue and coral on these two paintings were inspired by Kandinsky . I also felt that the lyrical, rhythmic lines might make him smile. He believed each painting captured a musical symphony. Maybe he w
I love the colors in this!ReplyDelete
Bright and dreamy.ReplyDelete
This is sooooo beautiful! It looks very quick and spontaneous-- so full of energy!ReplyDelete
wow. I love your texture. It is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thanks, everyone. I made myself do a 6 months-or-so experiment in loosening up my style. The medium is pastels on a taupe-colored paper.ReplyDelete