New School Color - Casey Klahn
Casey--This has always been one of your best. I study it like the pastel will rub off on me. I never get tired of it.
Sam, that's why I glazed it.Thanks for the kindness. I am discovering that I like the new blogger mode that allows a bigger image, and I am gradually going through some of my favorites to see how they present. I'm considering uploading at 110 or more instead of 72 dpi, since times march on.
I love this piece. It is sheer perfection...and nice little appearance that made me smile in me email.Best,Vicky
this is absolutely spellbinding-on so many levels--nuances, gradations, such a sense of timeless presence--am so happy to be able to visit your blog (my other computer was so _____-! slow i would just give up)
I love this one soooooooooooooooooo much.
The more I look the more I see in this one, like it's giving up it's secrets the longer you take to get to know it. - a gem.
Lisa, Jala, Brenda and Jan - thank you very much.
ah that Matisse..! (didn't he respect Picasso?)Love this pastel....the close values in the foreground...the golden light. What a beauty.
Hey, celeste. Did he respect Picasso? Good question - take it up with Ms. Boudot-Lamotte, who wrote that sentence in his memoir.Thanks on the artwork. How did that light sneak in there? I try my best to avoid (depicting) light.
I love how the cloud and the tree touch. Wonderful.
nice pastel :-)very measured & composed by comparision to yr river series
Thank you Adam and Lisa.
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