Monday, April 21, 2008





Two more, again smaller versions. My larger file compositions seem more peaceful.

Winter branches and goldfish based. First attempts to play with "layers."

5 comments:

Neda said...

Peeking through the hazy fog to tell you that I am entranced by your zen-ability of the new pieces... Strong and masculine and yet tinged with delicate poetry.. Either that or I am in the wrong blog LOL!... I will skip commenting on the racoons and other misadventures...Let me just bathe in the glorious beauty of these creations... Well done, grasshopper :)

The Artful Eye said...

Layers..aha
you have just entered a whole new world. These pieces are stunning. I'm speechless. Imagine that.

Kim said...

urban modernism...
I adore the colour combos :)

Jean Levert Hood said...

I love the 2nd piece, because that bottom quadrant had a close kin to our painted buntings! I saw the birds instantly, or, what I perceive to be birds, anyway!

John said...

Thank you all for your most generous comments. I do see the painted bunting reference now...the colors - a bird that is hard to p[aint becuasse it looks made up so colorful. I have seen them in Floirida and one in Central Park , Manhattan. we get many more indigo buntgings here, and even those a re fairly uncommon passing through.

Go here - http://www.flickr.com/photos/angies-birds/480106659/

and here -

http://www.flickr.com/photos/missahomespun_naturesdaughter/478647989/