måndag 4 mars 2013

Abstructure 4 & 9

 
 23.6" x 31.4"
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 9.4" x 12"
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This is a big and a small version of the same composition and with this I wanted to see how I  changed my approach dealing with a small panel. It is no surprise that I like to work on the bigger scale, but nice to see that I can handle smaller too. 

14 kommentarer:

  1. Like them both, your color combinaisions are great!

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    1. Thanks Mariela. I did the big one first and I must say that I had a blast with it and the colors sang to me.

      Radera
  2. I like them both too. They would look great hanging together as a set.

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    1. Thank you Debs. That is a fun idea. It would look like a elephant and a mouse. =)

      Radera
  3. Really like these Roger. I like the deep red in the large one best.

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    1. Thank you Gloria. I like them both, but I love the big one. If it is because of the size or not I can't say.

      Radera
  4. Je t'aime, un peu, passionnément... pour ces marguerites et leurs couleurs qui m'enchantent...
    gros bisous

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    1. Thank you Martine. Glad you liked it. After all, you're a expert in painting flowers.

      Radera
  5. You manage both sizes perfectly and they are both wonderful, love your free interpretation of margheritas .

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    1. Thank you Jane. I tried to keep an open mind and go for it, but I am not as free as you when it comes to flowers.

      Radera
  6. These look pretty free to me. Great idea to do both sizes and show them together.
    Love your colors. Said that on your previous post too. Guess I really like your colors.

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    1. Thank you Julie. Nice to hear from a painter who really master colors.

      Radera
  7. I like them both big and small. But I agree with you; bigger ones is easier to do. In the upper one you have made the left flower slightly darker, I like that. That flower stands out from the others a bit because of the slight difference of darkness, and thats a nice variation of the flowers.

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    1. Thanks you Catharina. I wouldn't say that bigger is always easier. Bigger usually mean the demand of more details or structures, but I can work with a larger range of details, using larger and smaller brushes. I can also express my lines more freely and get the lines to be more lively.

      Radera