New School Color - Casey Klahn
FANTASTIC!Oooooow this makes my heart sing!
This was well worth the wait, Casey - beautiful color and texture. I especially like your handling of the water in the foreground, which so nicely suggests a play of light on the water's surface.
This really is the most beautiful thing I have seen in a very long time.
I am so glad you found your way back to this series. This is stunning. The reflections sing. The colors are wow! I am really looking forward to see the others.
Thank you Jennifer, Brian, Steph and Miki!
Ooooh, awesome! You're the man!
It's the dun color to the left of the red that caught my eye. Very nice.
Hi Casy, Wow! Well, that picture rocks! I really admire how you manage the red.
yes! casey is BACK!colour scheme makes me think of some of the native indian art of NW USA. Blue & red & black & white...
Love the simplicity,your shapes are powerful. The colors are superb.
10Q, Jala.Sippican, I had to look up dun, since my equine knowledge is slipping. Thanks for commenting here.Danke, Astrid. Your praise is meaningful to me.Adam, that is interesting about the colors. The Indians had what they had, and here I am with access to the dizzy contemporary palette. Somehow, I am effected by the native ways.The reason I titled this Native Tree is because I discovered an Indian Red pastel that I love (Medium sized Unison). A big departure for me to use brown of this sort.Thanks, Linda!
I especailly like this - the orange drama in particular. Very strong.
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