HI SharonI'm quite liking blue and orange these days and and now I know why.. the sea and sand... and the infinite movement of the tides.. Lovely!Have a great week.. Hope it'd not too cold your way.. unless of course it' s snowing.. a white xmas seems perfect to me.. ciao xxx Julie
I'm a big fan of orange and blue and your symbol holds eye and heart...lovely!
Love the eternity symbol in that seaweed. It's delicate against that strong background.
Hi Julie, Thank you. I remember you mentioning you were liking blue and orange now. In this painting, I started with a Burnt Sienna underpainting, then painted a peach tone over that, then painted another layer of Burnt Sienna on top. What I love about this, is that it does read as 'orange' and yet, it is a tonal earth orange. Here, now, the grey days have arrived. No longer Autumn. One day short of winter. It has been a very mild late Autumn. No snow yet. Seems like Christmas here will not be white this year. Which is not that unusual.Hoping your week is wonderful! xxx Sharon
Hello Mary Ann. Thank you for your sweet comment. Orange and blue are really wonderful together. I'm a big fan, too!
Hi Stephanie. Thank you. I was looking for an essence of both strength and softness, here. Glad you like it!
Hi Sharon,I'm always amazed how you manage to convey a very deep emotional state with limited color palette, and how well your works are composed. Kudos!Thank you for your warm wishes! We wish you very joyous holidays, and happy, creative New Year .Elena and Russ
Hello Elena and Russ, Thank You!
Au-delà de ce signe qui nous évoque l’infini mathématique, s'élève la force de la vie dans une frêle branche qui est porteuse de la sève d'espoir.J'aime beaucoup cette création.Roger
Bonsoir Roger, Oui! Merci beaucoup, beaucoup! Bienvenue, mon ami.