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Impulse
05-22-2001, 11:52 PM
Still playing to figure this stuff out.

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Whatever can find room in the human heart, as emotion, idea, and purpose, whatever it is able to frame into a deed ... can constitute the many-colored content of painting. Hegel.

jnet11
05-22-2001, 11:56 PM
are they oil pastels?

I like how the ground looks like a woman's hips.

The sky has an excellent dusky feel to it.

jeanette*

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"If you understand your painting beforehand, you might as well not paint it." -Salvadore Dali

Impulse
05-23-2001, 12:12 AM
Originally posted by jnet11:
are they oil pastels?

I like how the ground looks like a woman's hips.

The sky has an excellent dusky feel to it.

jeanette*




"Extra Fine Quality Oil Pastels" quoth the manufacturer of my pastels which were the cheapest in the store.

Thank you for your comments J. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif


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"every picture is a history of love and hate when read from the appropriate angle" -- Leopoldo Salas-Nicanor, 1731 (Reading Pictures, Alberto Manguel, 2000)

TeAnne
05-23-2001, 05:50 AM
I really like this one. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/biggrin.gif Nice colours http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif

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rsmak
05-23-2001, 10:01 AM
Is this one also painted by different person?
I think there is three styles.
rosanna

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Unni
05-23-2001, 01:18 PM
Originally posted by jnet11:

I like how the ground looks like a woman's hips.

jeanette*



I agree with Jeanette. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/wink.gif

Unni

dornberg
05-23-2001, 03:50 PM
the colors are preety
overlaying creates unexpected colors
there is a lot of rhythm ceated by the strokes

Impulse
05-23-2001, 10:32 PM
Originally posted by TeAnne:
I really like this one. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/biggrin.gif Nice colours http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif




THanks T. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif


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"every picture is a history of love and hate when read from the appropriate angle" -- Leopoldo Salas-Nicanor, 1731 (Reading Pictures, Alberto Manguel, 2000)

Impulse
05-23-2001, 10:33 PM
Originally posted by rsmak:
Is this one also painted by different person?
I think there is three styles.
rosanna



It's entirely possible that there are three of them rosanna; as they say, he who cannot fence confounds he who can. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif

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"every picture is a history of love and hate when read from the appropriate angle" -- Leopoldo Salas-Nicanor, 1731 (Reading Pictures, Alberto Manguel, 2000)

Impulse
05-23-2001, 10:35 PM
Originally posted by Unni:
I agree with Jeanette. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/wink.gif

Unni

I am getting to know more about my work by listening to you folks talk about it. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif

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"every picture is a history of love and hate when read from the appropriate angle" -- Leopoldo Salas-Nicanor, 1731 (Reading Pictures, Alberto Manguel, 2000)

Impulse
05-23-2001, 10:36 PM
Originally posted by dornberg:
the colors are preety
overlaying creates unexpected colors
there is a lot of rhythm ceated by the strokes


Thank you for stopping in to comment and explain. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif


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"every picture is a history of love and hate when read from the appropriate angle" -- Leopoldo Salas-Nicanor, 1731 (Reading Pictures, Alberto Manguel, 2000)

David Acres
05-24-2001, 03:14 AM
Energy abounds here! http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif Great explosion of colors! http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif

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'The artist is no more than a receptacle for sensations, a brain, a recording apparatus. But if it interferes, if it dares, feeble apparatus that it is, to deliberately intervene in what it should be translating, its own pettiness gets into the picture. The work becomes inferior.... Paul Cezanne...