Thursday, October 25, 2007

16 Comments:

Blogger Ambera said...

Love it love it love it! Stunning light, and a nice amount of detail for a small painting!

10/25/2007  
Blogger silvina said...

Oh, wow! Reminds me of Buenos Aires on a Sunday afternoon, when the streets are deserted. Beautiful, Cooper. Really great.

10/25/2007  
Blogger Diana Moses Botkin said...

Absolutely monumental! Amazing scale in such a tiny space. Wonderful job.

10/26/2007  
Blogger Paola said...

Fantastico, magnifique, beautiful, in a word:perfect!

10/26/2007  
Blogger Donald M. Foley said...

Great Job Mr Dragonette -
Did you try Starbucks?

10/26/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Ambera! It was fun to put such a large place into a small space.

10/26/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Silvina, If that's so, then I need to get to Buenos Aires. I've always heard fantastic things about it.

10/26/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thank you Diana, I used very small brushes!

10/26/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Grazie Paolo!

10/26/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thank you Mr. Foley. Surprisingly we couldn't find Starbucks. Or rather, gratefully we couldn't find Starbucks.

10/26/2007  
Blogger Suzanne said...

I used to work RIGHT THERE - you painted the corner of Lexington and 45th street looking North. I just moved to Atlanta and now I feel quite sad...I might have to buy it!!! Great job.

10/26/2007  
Blogger william wray said...

wow! love this new urban direction. I have to get to NY myself...

10/26/2007  
Blogger Candy Barr said...

I love the city stripes theme you've got going!

10/27/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks William. I've got to get back there. We better go before the Christmas rush!

10/28/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thanks Candy. I think those stripes are key to these city pieces. They really anchor the viewer don't you think?

10/28/2007  
Blogger Candy Barr said...

Here's what I think Cooper: the stripes move your eye to the upper right..all of them, so interesting the variety of them. The corner edge vertical stripe is what singularly anchors it for me in the center. The diagonal shafts of light also snap it up where the dark meets light. I could go on...
Just brilliant subtleties!

I'm thrilled to have received it today! Everyone should own a Dragonette!!

11/05/2007  

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