Monday, November 09, 2009

Notice how the air above the fire blurs and distorts?


Blogger Dayle's Painted Diary-Dayle Dodwell said...

I love the moodiness of your work. I checked out your blog. Beautiful figurative, very emotional. This is a strong piece the colours are great.

1:16 PM, November 09, 2009  
Blogger Shirley said...

Beautiful illustration and great concept. It is sometimes ominous, and at other times, quite beautiful when the air is distorted during and after a fire.

4:38 PM, November 09, 2009  
Blogger i.just.guess said...

J.M.W. Turner feel to this (probably because the fire makes me think of the burning of Parliament). Really, though, it's got that impressionistic richness and texture that still manages to be balanced.

5:35 PM, November 12, 2009  
Blogger studio lolo said...

This brings me back to Calif.

The moon always had a nice fiery glow after/during the fires. It's hard to believe something so beautiful and mesmerizing can cause such devastation.

You're getting lots of new company ;)

12:32 PM, November 14, 2009  
Blogger studio lolo said...

Nice of you to stop by and comment on my meeces.
If you check my archives and enter the word "hide" you can see the original post for an old "IF."

Sometimes it's nice to bring out the old friends.

2:45 PM, November 14, 2009  
Blogger Brine Blank said...

This could be one of my favorite items of all time...great color use and handling of the media...

1:58 PM, November 18, 2009  

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