Thursday, September 15, 2011

Thursday September 15, 2011 Still Life Revisited



Still Life Revisited/Two Pots 11"x11" gouache on paper



Still Life Revisited/ Sun Rise/ Sun Set 11"x11" gouache on paper

I continue with the Still Life Revisited Series. Two Mexican pots, and a striped piece inspired by a weaving. Each line of color could be thought of as a horizon line and it could be seen as sun rise and sun set. These could be sacred visual symbols.

5 comments:

Samantha said...

wow

Mary said...

Lovely. I am awed.

layers said...

Again, the colors are so bold and dynamic and strong.. and the shapes are so dominant.

SandyCarlson said...

All of these horizons suggest to me infinite possibilities.

Stafford Ray said...

Hi Annell, I haven't been to visit for a while and am delighted to see your very pleasing foray into still life is continuing.
This painting suggests to me a cross section through the earth and biosphere starting with the core, iron black, through layers of rock to a VERY thin strip of green then, another strip that says fire and scorched earth of Man's passage, through the blue sky to finish with a suggestion of ultra violet.