Friday, January 30, 2009

Middle Room

Sometimes if the objects are less defined the pleasure of shapes tones and color can give us a better feeling of visual sensetion.anyone to agree?

7 comments:

Art with Liz said...

Ah Milind, another beautiful watercolour from the master of colour!

sanjeev joshi said...

yes, i do, as it leaves something to imagine for a viewer, rather than feeding everything exactly.The hints are must though of shapes and forms.Leave the things association to the viewer!!

Mineke Reinders said...

What's not to agree, when you show us such a perfect example of light, color, and value making a painting? But I have to ask: could you paint like this if you did not have a connection to the subject? I think, it is important to leave something to the viewer, but also to put something of yourself there - as you did here, and as I see in all your work.

David Lobenberg said...

I absolutely agree, and it works with this latest post. I have a beautiful feeling of suffused light! Our deadline is here to post the bicycle painting. I will post mine Monday. Have you worked any more on yours or is that one you posted in January your finish?

nickshs said...

I just find this brilliant artist of brash! THank you for your work.

You see so many interesting at the world around you.

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aditya shirke said...

this is my favourite painting and it sure is a tough job to stop where you have ...