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Gollator
11-05-2001, 02:36 PM
http://www.wetcanvas.com/Community/images/05-Nov-2001/etait.jpg
"Si Tu N'etais Pas La"
Acrylics
24x24

Related images:
http://www.wetcanvas.com/Community/images/05-Nov-2001/etait2.jpg
http://www.wetcanvas.com/Community/images/05-Nov-2001/etait3.jpg
"Spiral Dance"

Greetings,
D.

colorme
11-05-2001, 03:00 PM
i like the composition and the bright bold colors :cool:

Leaflin
11-23-2001, 07:36 AM
Your colours are striking :)
I like it.

Tony Perrotta
11-23-2001, 04:40 PM
Hi, I like it alot. Great colors, I have been trying to dream up something like this to do but no success yet. I think it's very Piccaso;ish. Very cool.

Tony

reynolds
11-23-2001, 04:49 PM
awesome, there is a lot of feeling in the spiral dance...great colors and just my kinda art...

AmyH
12-16-2001, 10:31 PM
huge fan of the pen and ink. has to do with the figure emerging from the background, rather than competing with it. also, as I have mentioned before, I am more into muddier colors than bright ones. a personal preference is all.

amy

Studio224
12-17-2001, 07:09 AM
Wonderful colors, wonderful composition!

Anne-Claire

mame
12-18-2001, 09:33 AM
Re first image. This is what I was talking about re composition.
Figure not centered but balanced with diagonal and rhythm of repeated circle objects.

Here's the criticism - the look of straight out of the tube color and no variation in outlining everything and lack of variety in soft/hard lines lends a cartoonishness, lack of sophistication. A bad thing? Not necessarily. Think "edges".

Just my observations. Take what I say with a grain of salt.

scottb
12-19-2001, 12:28 AM
I very rarely ever get the chance to cruise around and comment on posted art - but tonight I had a little extra time on my hands. Which means I'm also wholly unqualified to give too much insights into the composition - but I know what I like - and I like this.

I dig the bold colors and lines in the first piece. I am especially fond of folks who use complementary colors in shadow, as you did with the face, and othe areas (red/green, yellow/blue). It harmonizes well for my eyes.

I assume the pen/ink and the other piece were studies for the larger image?

Cheers.
Scott