Wednesday, May 09, 2007

12 Comments:

Blogger C. Ousley said...

Your house paintings are kickin' doc. Got plenty of sketches & photo reference of homes in upstate NY but time escapes me to paint them.

5/09/2007  
Blogger Laura Sweet said...

This one is a beauty and definitely has the Hopper quality of light! I just did an article on the Hopper exhibit on my blog last week and this painting fits right in!
Nice work as always.

5/10/2007  
Blogger Naquaiya said...

Nice moodsville with the violet tones. Did you underpaint the canvas?

5/10/2007  
Blogger W. K. Moore said...

Good'un Cooper! Texture really lends itself to this work's impact. Lots for the eye to see in this one.. a joy.

5/10/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Chris. Time seems to be getting shorter as time goes on.

5/10/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Laura. I just saw a Hopper here in our town hall that I've never seen before--a different vantage point of "Two Lights." I'll have to investigate.

5/10/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Naquaiya--Thanks. I did underpaint the canvas with a yellow-orange. Seems to help with the temperature.

5/10/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A fun one to paint too Bill. I'm running out of room on the larger version and having to leave out some of the extras. I'll post it when it's done.

5/10/2007  
Blogger Robin Weiss said...

Cooper you've been doing some great stuff and this is certainly a great example of fine art. Rock on man!

5/11/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Rockin on Robin! Thanks!

5/11/2007  
Blogger Karin Jurick said...

I think this is one of my favorite paintings ever.

5/19/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Karin-- Yeah, I was pretty happy with this one too!

5/20/2007  

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