Friday, May 1, 2009

almost gray


another one on mdf board ..we are always learning.sometimes more we know less spontenious can we be..the learning curve keeps going more and more vertical with more chances to slide downwards..

12 comments:

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Wonderful composition and atmosphere in "almost gray." Nice job!

meera said...

'Almost gray' - stands by its title - beautiful! Adding to your note - I once had a Japanese teacher who surveyed my first attempt at brush painting and remarked "someday you will look at this and say 'how innocent' !!!"

Mark Bridges said...

Wonderful painting.

Mike said...

Milind! The luminosity in this painting is delicious!

Isn't it amazing how the slightest increase in intensity seems to give off so much light? The gray tones in this piece really support those shifts in intensity in such a lovely harmony! It is definetely a winner!

Barbara M. said...

Hi Milind,

This is just beautiful. I am always learning from you.

Take care,

Barbara

Jeremy Elder said...

Profound thoughts. The balance between technical skill and "letting go" is always difficult. This painting though, shows skill and spontaneity.

Myrna said...

Masterful in it's simplicity, mood, contrasts and style. I love it.

Kishore choudhary said...

आपका ब्लॉग सुन्दरतम पेंटिंग्स से शोभित है, मिलिंद आप बहुत अच्छा काम करते हैं बधाई

Jala Pfaff said...

Lovely.

Great thoughts, too. :)

Art with Liz said...

Beautiful, Milind, absolutely beautifully grey.

Ajay Patil said...

very well said about learning curve. Aquiring basic painting skills is much easy but then the dificult journey starts.I have seen many welknown artist doing only "safe" paintings and keep away from any experimentations. In your post there is something new everytime.Thanks for blogging

Sandeep Khedkar said...

Hi
Its a beautiful painting. The way the loose shapes and colors create the details in the mind is amazing.