Kvan--That is one gutsy painting . I could look at it for hours. I am inspired. It's so engaging. There's so much to look at here --it's like a visual feast. I wish I could see it bigger.
Thank you, William! I always appreciate your thoughtful responses. While I was in the desert, I spent some time hiking in the Coachella Reserve and really studied the un-groomed palms. Truly a feast of texture and shape. They made a dry, percussive sound as the wind and sand blew all around. If you drop me an email (at the address below) I can see about sending you a bigger image.
Very great still life of a palm. I love the crop of this area, and the way you have detailed it, yet the bold simplicity stays there.Marvelous, Kvan!!
Really nice light here, made by your wonderful color choices. Hard to believe it's pastel. You make an inherently dry medium look like watercolor. Beautiful!
Very nice, Katherine. Love the compostion and the colors.
Thanks, Casey! Your comments mean a lot!
Sam: I think that the recycling helps give that water media look. Under this one was a painting of the Grand Canyon, washed off, and painted over. I love this kind of reclamation.
Thank you, Plum Gallery, for looking and commenting! I appreciate your feedback and thank you.
I completely agree with Willian Cook. Gutsy is the word. This painting promises big reward for giving it time. It is engrossing.
Thank you, Kitty! What a generous thing to say.
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