Saturday, October 28, 2006


16" x 16"

A mini version of these biggies. By the way, I finally got around to getting my own domain name. I finally feel legit.


Anonymous wagonized said...

I love your use of color! And your "wind" was stunning too.

28/10/06 6:05 p.m.  
Blogger tlc illustration said...

I loved seeing your pieces grouped together like that. They have such impact en masse. Such lovely, colorful, textural, impactful artwork.

Congrats for finally 'going legit'. :-)

28/10/06 9:12 p.m.  
Blogger Bobita said...

Trabinski sent me over...she loves your art...and I can clearly see why! You are incredibly talented.

28/10/06 9:29 p.m.  
Blogger Jessica Torrant said...

Someday this artist will have enough money to be a real art buyer, and I WILL be contacting YOU! I absolutely LOVE this painting... simply amazing.

28/10/06 10:37 p.m.  
Blogger Caroline said...

What stunning colours and your web page looks spectacular too!

29/10/06 1:24 a.m.  
Blogger carla said...

Congratulations of the domain name! You rule! This is gorgeous. I love the color variations in that cnetral patterned band. It looks iridescent.

29/10/06 5:58 a.m.  
Blogger andrea said...

Wagonized and Caroline: Oh, how glad I am to hear that you like the way I used colour. I actually liked the colour scheme of the underpainting better so stressed a lot over the final results. That bright green patch with the pale grey flower symbol was re-painted no less than 5 times!

Tara: I need to paint a few more before I decide what to do wiht them because I think they need to stick together as a group -- at first.

Bobita and Jessica: Thanks for the kind words (Love your avatar, Bobita).

Carla: It took me long enough, didn't it? :) Now I wonder why I waited so long. OK -- I know why. Budgetary considerations.

29/10/06 7:12 a.m.  
Blogger Within Without said...

Luverly, Andrea, just luverly. As everyone has said, your use of colour just explodes into life.

One a these days, I'm gonna get me one a them colourful ones...

29/10/06 10:37 a.m.  
Blogger Homo Escapeons said...

How Seinfeldian...are you master of your domain???

Like Kramer..I'm OUT!

29/10/06 11:07 a.m.  
Blogger andrea said...

WW: But wait! There's more! I sometimes think my use of colour is a little bit too childlike and unsophisticated for most tastes.

HE: Mistress! Please! And I had to laugh out loud and hold myself back from adding "I am now master of my domain" to the post. We ARE the Seinfeld generation, aren't we?

29/10/06 3:21 p.m.  
Blogger HildaRose said...

Thanks for the processing. Love these, as usual and I always learn so much from your process. Stencil, eh. Now I didn't know that. My favourite thing about your painting process is the way the line appears as you paint the colours.

You know, the hardest thing about doing comments is typing in those darn word verifications!

30/10/06 3:32 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for showing and explaining how you go about your paintings.Really interesting ! :) Love these pieces !

30/10/06 5:18 a.m.  
Anonymous swampgrrl said...

very cool to see your proces unfold.
hope all is well...

three cheers for finishing a piece!

31/10/06 5:39 a.m.  

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