27 February, 2007

Van Gogh Work Finished

Passing Around the Corner
Pastel
Casey Klahn
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Here is the final painting for my van Gogh project.
I backed off of the desire to "be" VG, and decided to use my own style, plus influences.
Tomorrow we'll put the apparition back in his resting place, beside Theo. With summary. Or, is that eulogy?
Do hop on over to my new blog, 100 Paintings-Colorist Italian Landscapes.
I will be posting a new pastel painting of Italy
every 100 hours , with a colorist twist. When I get fully up, I will be putting them up for auction, with a 100 hour duration for bidding. Early viewers will be offered the flat $100 rate, plus tax & shipping.
After the one hundredth painting, I will cease making Italian landscape miniatures.

6 comments:

MrsSnowy said...

This is a gem, Casey. I love the light you have brought into the picture and the gesture of the old man on the road as he sidles past the church. The colours are enchanting. I hope this isn't the last we are going to hear of you and Van Gogh - I've so enjoyed this month. ciao

Casey Klahn said...

I thank you, Robyn. If I don't get to your comments box, I need to let you know it looks great, especially with the small perspective buildings in shadow. Love it.
We pulled the trigger today on a dish for internet service. As you might know, we live very, very rurally. My poor dial-up crawls in over detonation cord.
Snow-bound today with the last bit of coffee. Perhaps my angst will inspire me for the last VG post...

Casey Klahn said...

That is to say, the persimmon tree looks great.

Angela said...

What a wonderful job you have done Casey!!!!! I love it!

Casey Klahn said...

Thank you, Angela.

MrsSnowy said...

Thank you, Casey, that's lovely. Snowbound! I thought it was Spring - we are off to buy flowers for the terrace.

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