Two of these will be going to the Blogger show. One to New York and one to Pittsburgh. Got any advice?
One and two, or two and three, but not one and three.because...one and three together look like a 'matched pair' or maybe a mismatched pair. (imo)The introduction of more intentional marks makes these very challenging and personal. I like.
Plasmatic -- no. 2 suggests a fetus growing black in fecund earth womb --no 3 is perhaps the same post-birth, calling down the plasmatic judgment day
One and Two stand out for me. All three are lovely. The subtle yellows and blues make them seem aged somehow - but in a good way - - like fine wine - or a very old book.
I suggest you send #2 and #3 to the Blogger Shows. Those are the ones that appeal to me most and if you send them, I will get to see them in real life:) (Wait, the world doesn't revolve around me? Bummer)I like the aged quality of these as well, by the way. And I especially like #2.
I knew 2 was a hit when I made it. The bar got raised with that one. I think that one will go to NY, and I suspect 1 will go to Pitt. btw these are 20" x 16" acrylic vinyl on wood panels.Thanks everybody, I gotz no time to riff on your comments but they are much appreciated. I need to send the kind Digging Pitt people these images pronto. . . I am sooooo late.
I misunderstood the question and so am voting twice. One and two.
Ah, pity they must be separated at all . . . like lost siblings, they'll be. Beautiful work, Steven.
i gotta pick number three as a favorite i'm afraid. whatever gets put next to number three is gonna be the jan brady of the two. number three is marcia in spades. composition, energy and cigarette burns to let us know to change reels.that's what i think.-george
LOVE #2, #1 seems a little contrived to me, but hey I like #3Robin
Ok ok. . . I get it!Robin, you nailed it! "Contrived" is the perfect description of #1. I shot too low on that one. But that is cool cuz I still learned from it (and maybe others can?) and consequently still like it, but it is no Marcia Brady. How many paintings can I make that communicate to both George and Robin? I keep falling back to #2. . .I'd hate to study #2 too much and consequently slip from a groove to a rut.
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