September 24, 2012

fallow

Tribute to the Forest
30" x 24" oil on wood panel
This hasn't exactly been my most productive year, but I continue to produce a little at a time. Right now I'm working on pieces for a couple more fundraisers, then I need to dig in and get serious, i.e. explore new ideas and start working in series again. I'm liking how this painting turned out and have ideas for quite different paintings and drawings. Only working steadily will tell me which direction to go in.

9 comments:

dinahmow said...

Another one I'd like to have.sigh...14

Diane said...

I'm really liking the insets you've done on some of the ones I've seen lately, like this one. Sometimes a person needs to just dig in to get immersed again in order to find their direction -- I know that so well. Looking forward to seeing more.

andrea said...

Thank you, Dianes! Balancing all the elements I want to bring into a painting can be tricky :: not too much, not too little!

kj said...

i'd know your work anywhere. this one has depth and shapes and i can almost hear sound :^)

love
kj

SamArtDog said...

This one is pure magic. It's a great combination of hope and power.

Caroline said...

Fabulous! Magic is a good word for it.

emprint said...

I agree with all those above. I LOVE this piece. It's a marvel.

andrea said...

Thanks again, peeps. I just painted the sides black today, actually, so it's ready to find a new life somewhere.

Ian Lidster said...

You consistently dazzle me my wonderfully talented friend. You should be a millionaire with your art.