Saturday, December 20, 2008


It is not the subject but the relation of line, shapes, tones color that really inspire us to paint. After that it is our selection, subtraction and emphasis that define the composition.
Today talking to a friend of mine during my exhibit we discovered four "C"s
Content, Composition, Color and Complexion. Further we thought a little unfortunate thing is many could be buyers respond to content and composition but think more of suitability or decorativeness of color and complexion while making a decision to buy. may be I might be wrong.


Diane said...

I LOVE your paintings.

Art with Liz said...

This is absolutely beautiful!

sanjeev joshi said...

I was thinking how to increse the C

factors in paintings.The words which came to my minds are Commansense in Commerce of selling paintings.And I thought It was Crazy to add beyond your 4C's

Lovely painting as usual.!!

milindmulick said...

I guess let us use the last C and Cut it

Unknown said...

I feel buyers do consider all the 4"C"s, but their decisions are driven by other factors beyond just the painting e.g. purpose of buying or where they plan to hang it etc. I am sure if you allow the buyers to bid for your paintings, they may bid high prices for paintings you personally don't like so much and vice versa.

I personally prefer artists working for themselves, 'cause that brings the best out of them! That's why I love your paintings.

Kathy Barclay said...

I love how you can make an essentialy drab image pop with wondrous color
well done

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

You are right on! Those are the elements of a good painting and you have them all here!
Everything is here.
A truly exceptional work.


Dear Sir,
You are One of the inspirational artists
for me.Very nice colors and lights.
really "wow" for your the watercolor paintings. This is absolutely beautiful!