Painting of the Week

Painting of the Week – Quiet Elegance

Underlying Shapes

Underlying Shapes

Staring at this new painting “Quiet Elegance tonight, I felt peace. There is something so welcoming about it. Then I noticed how the dark patterns have an almost human like shape of outstretched open arms. This was totally unplanned, but perhaps is why I feel this. Do you see it?

Despite this activity of the Neo-Impressionistic brushwork, there is an overall flow to this composition. The top shapes are the smallest giving distance and a simplified pattern. The most solid petal is a simple shape and the larger shapes below describe the detail. See how the flower shapes support each other.

Sincerely,

 

 

 

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Art for the Holidays

Saturday December 10th 10:00am to 5:00pm | Civic Auditorium 207 North 4th Street Fargo, ND

Meet my friends – 40 regional artists displaying original artwork and community art organizations!

Show Specials

  • Pre-Issue discounts on new giclées: Quiet Elegance, Inventory Pickup &  Spring Walk
  • Matted calendars – free gift with purchase of $100.00 or more
  • Buy 4 or more packs of cards and get one $8.95 pack for free

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