The blog formerly known as "An Artist in Paradise"
I don't readily respond togreen all that well but thesurface activity of this image allows me to look atit. I always respond to an imagewhich represents the fluxstate of matter and spirit.I also see light representedhere, which triggers interestfrom our sensory systems.The word, "archetypal", comesto mind when I see your work,and that corresponds to theprevious comment I made aboutyour shapes being ,"glyphic".Forgive me If I say too much,I am actually not a fan of long winded artist statementsor catalog/exhibition essays.haha.P.
The more I look at this painting - the more I see. I am not an artist in the true sense of the word but I can at least appreciate it. First - it seemed like a pool of blue, now it evokes for me the feeling of looking through a skylight. I really like the texture and shadows as well.
Pete-I didn't find your comment long-winded at all, on the contrary. I think I get what you mean about "archetypal", and I understand the glyphic reference; I like that the work may have those associations.Yvonne-Thanks for finding my work; that was fast!If the painting were in different colors, would you still get the feeling of looking through a skylight? (Rhetorical question. Or not.) This is a reason why I love color.
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