New School Color - Casey Klahn
I love it!
Thank you, Debora! I know I must've hit the abstraction just so.
OMGosh, that is just gorgeous on so many levels, that blue is yummy and wham, but doesn't distract the eye from wandering around and enjoying the whole piece.
Wham? That makes my day, Corrine.Thank you.
I had to laugh when I read the title of this post, Casey! I always love your placement of these bright spots of color in your paintings - the blues dance amongst the earthy neutrals, bringing the viewer's eye along with them :).
yes...agree...that unapologetic blue is just right within those luscious browns. oooooo!
Interesting to see some blues come forward and some recede. I wouldn't have guessed which would do which before seeing this. Trying this upside down took some doing (yay for laptops), but once I got over any presuppositions, yes, I guess it could be that way. Fun to try, anyway.
This is one of my favourites - love the composition and the blue is just great!
I think the blue owes as much to the black as to the browns. Just a thought.Thank you, Carol, Celeste, Sonya and Sam.
I've just had another look at this one on my iPhone - useful for upside down!'It's really interesting to see how the dynamic of the painting changes - and I agree with you about the blacks and browns, they're essential elements.
Carol, that must be a neat trick on the iPhone - maybe place it on the table and look at it upside down?
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