Monday, November 17, 2008

Ranade gate

Again I probably had Wyeth in mind somewhere..anyone to agree?

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I Got tagged by http://carolschiffstudio.blogspot.com/ This says

1. Put a link in your posting to the person who tagged you.2. List 7 unusual things about yourself.3. Tag 7 other bloggers at the end of your post and comment on their blogs to let them know.

seven unusual things about me..most might be very usual

1.I studied engineering to find out i wanted to be an artist

2.I can play guitar pretty well but I think painting is a better solo game.

3.though iwear shoes I never wear socks exept for really cold season.

4.I dont have a single pair of casual wear on which I have not spilled some acrylic paint.

5.have 2 kids and a wife who is a good critique.

6.I rarely start one painting and finish it rather start many and leave them for later date.

7.I like internet and blogging yet i keep on thinking i should be painting

Now list of 7 bloggers to tag,I am not too sure how to create hyperlinks so...

http://aaronlifferth.blogspot.com/

http://carolmarine.blogspot.com/

http://www.colinpagepaintings.com/journal/

http://davidlobenberg.blogspot.com/

http://www.jasonwaskey.blogspot.com/

http://mebaileyart.blogspot.com/

http://nicholassimmons.blogspot.com/

11 comments:

Carol Schiff Studio said...

This is just stunning! but, all your painting are stunning.
Hope you don't mind, but I tagged you. If you want to participate, go to my blog for details.

David Lobenberg said...

I not sure about Wyeth...maybe Jaime Wyeth (the youngest son of Andrew). He did some great watercolor-like paintings. The trees, walls, and wrought iron gate are great in your painting! Super job! In January next year, let's do a paint "duel" in acrylic. Between now and then, could you send me a possible photo reference from your files? Water buffalo in a rice paddy or some urban scene from your country?

milindmulick said...

great David
I will start looking something for January.We also have Buffelos on the road in urden setting

eldonwarren said...

Hi, I found your blog through another. You work is awesome. I do see a little of Wyeth in the use of grays and the washes in the walls and the shadows on the gate. I love Wyeths use of grays.
This painting is beautiful.
Eldon Warren

Mike said...

As always, Milind, our minds run on similar tracks. The very artists you tagged are those I would also have tagged.

If you don't mind, I will remove myself. Been tagged many times and I find it to be VERY time consuming.

Again . . .Aaron, Nick, David, Carol are all great painters and deserve the accolades you pay them.

aaronlifferth said...

Hey Milind, Thanks for the tag. I always appreciate your comments.

And, let me add, this is a fantastic painting.

Stacey Peterson said...

This is a great painting!

I also studied engineering to find out I wanted to be a painter. I find that my engineering background helps me out with the painting sometimes though - engineering school takes discipline and hard work, and so does painting, righ?

Ardhendu said...

Great ! The foliage and the gate have come out superb, along with masterful shadows on the wall.

Theresa Rankin said...

Gorgeous!! the gate the foliage ....the light!! WOW!

RameshJhawar said...

Glad to know you play the guitar!I play the keyboard.Music is my another passion.As for your painting,STUNNING...as always.

Sandy Delehanty said...

Hi Milind,

I found your blog through Mike Bailey's. I found Mike's because a student of mine is also a student of my friend David Lobenberg who brought Mike Bailey to a class she attended. Don't you just love how the world of artits connect? Anyway, love your work and hope you will visit my website or blog sometime. My website is www.sandydelehanty.com and my blog is havepaintswilltravel.blogspot.com
Keep those brushes flying, Sandy Delehanty