Thursday, November 17, 2005

group dynamics


group dynamics

This is the last of the four little landscapes for the Christmas show in Victoria. I've started trying to paint something similar to my white-on-black drawings. It's all new territory for me so may be a disaster. Meantime, it's fun to experiment.

12 Comments:

Blogger ValGalArt said...

andrea, this is the path I would love to be on! Absolutely pristine beauty! Love it.

17/11/05 1:42 PM  
Blogger andy said...

This must look really effective in real life, hung on a wall - it made me catch my breath when I discovered by chance that it suddenly springs to life and becomes almost 3D when viewing the larger Flickr image from about 8 feet away. It also happens to be very similar to a spot I know in the Lake District and so it's very easy for me to connect with the "being there" feeling with this one. Lovely!

17/11/05 2:51 PM  
Blogger cream said...

I love the light on the bottom leaves. As Andy says, the larger picture is amazing!
Whereabouts in the Lakes?

17/11/05 3:38 PM  
Blogger carla said...

The light in this is gorgeous! The leaves seem to almost move...everything is so strong and alive. Such beauty you create, Andrea.

17/11/05 5:07 PM  
Blogger merlinprincesse said...

been in the "Seven Group". Not sure of their name in English...

17/11/05 6:54 PM  
Blogger andrea said...

Close! It's "Group of Seven" in English. Definitely an influential mark on we lowly latecomers/pretenders to the landscape mode.

I'm glad for the comments on the light -- thanks all. I had a little trouble getting it "just right" so I'm happy that it works. (and btw Andy, it's only 10" x 10" so it's pretty tiny, but as I continued the painting around the 1.5" deep edges you can be in the other room and still see it :)

17/11/05 6:59 PM  
Blogger Joel said...

Lovely....if only the world were as pretty as this and we could become animated figures like the ones in Yellow Submarine....if I ever say that I am like that, suggest that I have my meds adjusted, OK? :D

17/11/05 8:14 PM  
Blogger Akshata said...

nice color application!

18/11/05 8:21 AM  
Blogger merlinprincesse said...

Oups! I jus saw my post. I wanted to say :You could have been...Think I erased it..Sorry. And yes, I knew that! I even have a book about The Group of Seven. And in French it's Le Groupe des Septs... It was to easy...Poor Merlinprincesse. Becoming old. :o(

18/11/05 8:52 AM  
Blogger Caroline said...

Stunning landscape - I love the way you've done the holes in the foliage.

18/11/05 9:05 AM  
Blogger LDahl said...

I can't believe I haven't commented on this already! I come here, start reading, go over to your website, drool...follow your links...come back, drool some more...wander off for tea and a think about what you are doing, then I DON'T comment!?!?! What a moron I am:))) Sorry, but I am.

I LOVE THIS piece, I Love the artwork on your website, your gecko's are fantastic, I would love to have one of your paintings. Covet, covet.
I've even started painting more because of you. :)))

23/11/05 2:54 PM  
Blogger andrea said...

You are every artist's dream! :) Thank you for the kind words -- and I always especially love it when other artists like my work. If I inspire -- so much the better!

(You can get a gecko t shirt at my cafepress store... oops! Did I just advertise myself again?)

23/11/05 3:13 PM  

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