Wednesday, November 07, 2007

8 Comments:

Blogger Ambera said...

Golly your silhouettes are just stunning. I love the fact that the forms are obscured ever so slightly, but you can examine them more closely and get a sense of their detail. Wonderful effect!

11/08/2007  
Blogger Donald M. Foley said...

This combines your architecture and your love of the sea - Great!!

11/08/2007  
Blogger Mary Sheehan Winn said...

NIce painting, love the big look on the 6x6 board.
I thoroughly agree about the building which, I love, as well.
Once I went inside to use the bathroom on the second floor. Well, the light coming in the windows just lit up all the beautiful old wood in there and I found myself thinking of setting up the paints in the Ladies ROOM. Didn't of course, but that doesn't mean I wouldn't..... :D
Nice work!

11/10/2007  
Blogger Deborah Paris said...

I just love this one. The simple silhouette and the wonderful feeling of the sea's expanse.

11/10/2007  
Blogger Cooper Dragonette said...

Thank you ambera. I like the backlit scenes and still including lots of detail.

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

Thanks Don!

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

Mary, That building is a hidden gem. The artwork inside is world class too.

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

Thanks Deborah!

11/11/2007  

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