BLISSFUL-BOHEMIAN

Monday, September 12, 2011

New Large Painting













































It is unfortunate, but I could not get a good photo, I even lugged the painting outside and all around the yard, but I did the best I could. The bottom photo is the whole painting and all the rest are detailed shots to try and give you an idea of what it really looks like. There is a lot of subtle detail going on and if you bother to enlarge you will get a much better idea of what is going on. This painting is huge, 47"x 47"or 4' x4'. Venetian plaster, acrylic, pastel, crayon and graphite on board and the title is "Dusting the Link". Please let me know what you think :-).

I am working on 4 new paintings all going at once and last night I made a huge leap, hopefully I will have something to show in a week or so.

Happy Monday! XOXO

25 comments:

Suzanne said...

I LOVE it! It's so playful and full of life. I see a spirit being in it with two black eyes at the top. I really like it, Annie, and can't wait to see your others. It is so much fun to see how the paintings are developing.

Annie said...

Suzanne, Thank you sweetie. xoxo

sukipoet said...

fabulous. i think working large has changed your work and the spaces in the work. love the textures. to me it feels like an underwater world.

Annie said...

Suki, Thank you. It does feel in the depths of the sea to me.
My new piece I am working on is very different, I am excited! xoxo

kj said...

annie, you are on such a roll. i love what you are doing. it seems (to me) that something has expanded, released, stretched, widened. your work has a depth to it. it's embryonic, flowing.

that's the best description i can come up with. :^) i have a good feeling about what's ahead for you!


kj

Barbara/myth maker said...

Ah, layers upon layers, things changing shape, shape shifters and mind drifters. Touche'.

yoborobo said...

Annie - I love it! It reminds me of the ocean, or maybe it reminds me of how ocean life would look under a microscope. :) Either way, it has movement and life and energy! Lovely work - xox Pam

Annie said...

Kj, Thank you sweetie, very kind words. xoxo
Barbara, yes! xoxo
Pam, Thank you, you are a doll, so glad you like it and it reminds me of the ocean too.xoxo

soulbrush said...

wow it is fantabulous, love the free way you paint, so imaginative!

~Babs said...

Your work always looks like a celebration to me, and in this (amazing) size you must be celebrating life itself!
The plaster really lends itself to this work, and I also love the title.
Imagination on overdrive:Awesome!

Lori ann said...

it's stunning annie! i would love to see it installed, first so i could get a true feel for its size and then to see how gorgeously it will compliment a room. is it going in a gallery?

Angela Recada said...

Oooooooooh Annie! This painting is gorgeous! It's fabulous at this small size, I can only imagine how beautiful it must be in person, full-size. All I can say is "WOW!"
xoxoxo

M.Kate said...

Hello Annie, I have missed you. I love all your painting but must say this is my favourite as its bright and cheery. Hugs and love/MK

Anonymous said...

i like it!
what is it about your paintings that just makes a person happy?!
maybe the spirit of the artist shining thru i expect...
i see woman
and the sea
and childrens balloons
and fields
and
i just like!!!
love,
tammy j

Mim said...

its AMAZING!!!

Frank Zweegers said...

Looks interesting!

Houseelf said...

Oh wow a double quilt size!
What is the title. I looked at it for ages and thought it reminded me of a mermaid swimming free near the sea bed. I love the colours and wow all those little details- almost seaweedy in textures and bubbles of air. Beautiful Annie. Will you be making cards of the image for those who haven't the wall space?

Jos said...

So lovely to come here and see your work Annie. Really you have a way of painting JOY. Love it ... love you too. Happy Saturday! xx Jos

Annie said...

Joss, Thank you sweetie.xoxo
Babs, Thank, you made me smile.xoxo
Lori, Thank you. I am keeping this one for a while and will be hanging it in my small house where it will take over much space. I don't have a gallery to take it to :-(.xoxo
Angela, thank you darling.Such kind words. xoxo
M.Kate, Thank you! I miss you too!xoxo
Tammy, Thank you, what sweet comments you leave :-).xoxo
Mim, Thank you!xoxo
Frank, What does interesting mean?
:-).
Melanie, Thank you sweetie. I don't have the money to get prints done and I would have to have a good photo taken, but would love to one day be able to have prints made. xoxo
Jos, Thank you darling! I miss seeing you here so much such a wonderful surprise. You always make my day. Love you too. Happy Saturday right back at you. xoxo

Marion said...

I LOVE this painting...it seems so fluid and happy to me! I can see it hanging quite happily in my house! Heh...

I think working large has really opened up your view...this one is playful and feels full of confidence. I really like it. xx

kikipotamus said...

I also love the texture of your works in this medium.

ArtPropelled said...

Meandering through your blog this morning and had to stop here to comment on this painting. It feels carefree and playful .... and now I see that Suzanne commented on this quality too.
Wondering if kitty has found a home yet....

Urban Interest said...

Great art! I like the relief in your art en will try to do it also like you! Thanks for sharing.

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