the result of the second day of workshop! the soundtrack of these days was some of my favorite Yann Tiersen's pieces, one of them was "L'Absente" and the painting's title is an extension of this. So, if you want, listen it: [link]
Well just by looking at it you can tell you put a lot of effort in it. From the face to the uncountable colors. You put many different things on this, and your use of color..... wonderfull! Its really original and cool the outline of the person is very clear and easy to see but also blends with the rest of the picture. I especially love how you got the effects to work how you did. Now for the bad .......... sorry I seriously cant think of a single thing you did wrong in your picture! Keep the super good work up!
I think ,that this painting brings me the idea of the concepcion of color in a human being, how an artist born , how the painter imagines our capacity of perceive feelings , that's the vision i see from that paintwork, i believe even if the colors cause ideas of originality i like the vision that i see but for me is not very original. The technique is lovely but the colors are displayed in a bidimensional plane and the girl looks more tridimensional. For me the impact is the best thing you can feel from this artwork because of the colors you're using and the contrast between the girl and the spots, its a beautiful painting , i loved.
Yo pienso , que esta obra me da la idea de la concepción del color en el ser humano, como un artista nace o como el pintor imagina nuestra capacidad de percibir los sentimientos , esa es la visión que tengo de la pintura, opino que los colores causan aires de originalidad pero realmente no me parece tan original. la técnica es preciosa pero los colores están dispuesto e un plano bidimensional mientras que el cuerpo de la chica en uno tridimensional y no me genera sensación de unidad. Para mi el impacto es lo mejor que posee esta obra de arte gracias a las salpicaduras coloridas que contrastan muy bien con la chica, es una pintura hermosa , la amé.
My goal is to be able to paint with this level of skill and thoughtful use of technique. I'm very new to watercolor painting, but I'm improving steadily, and your magnificent works motivate and inspire me to continue putting brush to paper daily.
I can't quite remember if I've posted on here yet, but wow has this piece ever moved me. I feel so connected to it.. Which is sort of odd for me. As imaginative as I feel, when it comes to most pieces I don't really feel much. But when I saw this it was just.. Mesmerizing. Like the Critiques noted it's as if the figure "... is slightly distracted and 'absent' and the colour is (what's) distracting this person. The blue almost indicates tears and sadness and what they're trying to do is think of other things, and so resorting to imagination to distract themself from the sadness. " While I wish I could say more joyous remarks, I feel this description fits perfectly with my connection to this piece. I feel lost in my thoughts, even more-so as the days go on. The only company I have to truly strike long conversations with is me and myself. While I don't talk to myself openly (thank goodness, aha) my mind is always ringing with imagery, questions and simply words and sentences. As well, I've always loved fantasy. Especially the world we live in when we sleep. It's my favourite place to explore. How I desire to both consciously and physically explore that world, even though most of the place and people are similar to that of this world. For the past few months I've found myself travelling back to this picture, and I think I've come to the utmost decision that once I have some money of my own (from selling old objects cluttering my room or a job) I will most definitely be buying a large print of this! We're moving soon and hopefully once we do I'll be able to paint my dreamed monochrome room and then this piece will fit in, in the most imperfect of perfect ways. A bright splash of fantasy and awe to a neutral black and white room. A main piece, of course!
Besides all that rambling, I applaud you indefinitely for your talents! I know I'm only a simple fan and follower of your work, but you're art is so gorgeous and touching I don't have the words to make this more appreciative. I can't wait to see your future works and I'll most definitely try to keep in your following loop in the future, hun. <3
I keep coming back to this piece and just imagine having it in my room as the center piece. One day I'll put together enough money to buy a copy! It's simply astounding.
Like one of the critiques stated; in my personal opinion "this piece shows the very universe in which this person is lost in". I feel like this connects to me in a way. While I'm not truly lost in a fairy tale world, my opinion on this world is too innocent. Disgusted by the depravity of our people and the existence of our world. While nothing is completely innocent, I've twisted my own views so much that all I dream and see is innocence and a dream world. I live for dreams and dream of a world of color. But again, that's only my opinion and views.
i love your style. Its so simple yet complex and dynamic. your compositional skill level is so advanced, and your technical skill goes hand in hand with it. To be honest, I attempted this technique, but without success. You are truly a gifted and well rounded artist.