| January Shadows |
Watercolor on archival paper, 6" x 6"
$125.00 + $6.00 shipping in US.
| SOLD |
| Sometimes I get a curious sensation when looking at shadows of objects. Sometimes they seem more real, more alive somehow, than the thing itself. Maybe it's the temporal nature of shadows that I respond to. This young maple appears to stand more or less still. But the shadow flickers and breathes, transforming itself second by second in a steady dance across the wall. |
I love your naked trees! I've been saving a post on shadows for My Great Day. I'll let you know when I post it.
Wow- fantastic color and shapes.
Hi Suzanne--and thanks! I love your Great Day posts--I'll look forward to it.
Thank you, Joan. I'm enjoying watching the "process" on your blog.
Don, there is a great article on the Courbet exhibition in the online New York Review of Books. Much of what is said about process is typically embarrassing but the whole political/ego element is fascinating. Luckily the exhibition is coming back to near-by Montpelier in June so perhaps I will visit it again with my new information. Julian
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Its my favorite thing sunshine and shadows! They make everything beautiful...Dixie
Thanks Julian, for the link to Golding's article--very interesting.
Dixie, where would we be without sunshine and shadow?!
I am a lover of shadows too and you have painted them beautifully -and a little window to wonder about the within - perfect!
Thanks a lot, Triecia.
Such a simple sight. The side of the house with a young tree casting it's shadow. Evocative of a peaceful moment by oneself. Time to reflect.
Silvina, thanks for your reflective thoughts.
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