Awesome! I love these purple figures who make up most of the background. The bold purple color itself is really interesting and caught my attention. The thin white lines that form human features is a great idea and they remind me of Greek pottery designs.
I am very glad to hear that! So, don't run the groups. Concentrate on your art and your family. I just wish I was more help in the groups I'm in, but I don't seem to get there often enough. Life gets in the way
Fascinating, i ALWAYS have a near perfect explanation in depth about what a picture is about but there seem to be so many wonderful details and hidden meanings that i can't pull myself away from this picture. I lOve it Cheers!!!
hello weirdo, this is awesome! the queen is my favorite, i love her ruff. you did such a good job on that; i would think it would be difficult to paint. i always admire people who can paint glass. i a print of a dali "still" life (i add the quotes because it's not still at all, there is a glass bottle falling over and water flying) in which he paints glass and water incredibly. maybe you're familiar with the work? i'd never seen anything like that until i went to the dali museum in florida. you would have loved it! every single thing in there was by him and it was really quite large.
thanks dear,i m glad you like it and hell yeah i m dali addicted,yeah i know that piece,thats epic,also his mother from back is outstanding! i was on dali exhibition last sommer and i can say i was in heaven
dali did so much i didn't know about until i started reading up and then seeing some cool exhibitions and then that museum i mentioned. i saw an exhibition in venice that was entirely sculpture! i really was blown away. it was obviously his, but at that time i didn't realize he did more than paint cool drippy clocks! then at the museum in florida they had all this film of the bizarre, hilarious tv and film commercials he'd done. wahooo that stuff was cool! and again, i didn't realize that he painted less surreal masterworks. the guide spent, srsly, about 1 1/2 hours talking about 3 paintings. it was incredible. dali was so complex. i have that painting that we were talking about, not quite a print, it's actually a tea tray with that on it! i don't like to put anything on it cause i like to just look at it.