Thursday, November 11, 2010

Character Study

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17 comments:

tiffannysketchbook said...

I like your paintings of junky old cars :D

Pat said...

Beautiful!
Love the white spaces too, they concentrate you on the painting!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Tiffanny, I like painting them...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Pat, I just got tired of painting...

Studio at the Farm said...

I saw this, and went "WOW"! Leaving more white has made all the other colors scream!!

Joan said...

Great character studies!!!!! They are always fun to see.

Fredericks said...

This is a beautiful work Ron.
I like its simplicty. Your understatement amplifies the power of your subject here. Colours become bolder, your visual focus becomes clearer and your punch becomes more forceful.

I like it for you seem to have been wrestling lately with subject overkill.

You have reset your personal artistic scales with this work and it may well mark you emergence into a new phase of painting.

Arti said...

Good one, Ron.You understand 'their' character so well!

SKIZO said...

Great
Work
Tank you for sharing

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Pat, scream...in pain? I like to leave white just for the fun of it...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Joan, character studies are necessary for me so that I can go fast knowing the shapes...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Arti, yes character is important...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Skizo, you're welcome.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Win, possibly...

Katherine Thomas said...

You make these cars look so beautiful. Thtas what I like to do with my art too. Take something ordinary and turn it into something inspiring. I like the way you apply your own color schemes to the cars. It's very creative! I'll be back to see more!

magnolia-9 said...

I like, is a beautiful creation... congratulations...

ayoungstudios said...

Love this piece! You have a confident use of color that makes your work stand out. Really great stuff:)