Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Way Back Yonder

about 4 .5 x7 oil on marble dust board I haven't a clue what I am doing.
Taking risks. That's what it's about when you want to learn. Stretch
I am recovering from my surgery. It's hard or eat and talk...but I can paint....or maybe not. Groan.


brian eppley said...

Talk about a soldier. Surgery in the morning and back on the attack doing 2 works! Loriann your being hard on yourself. I think this is a strong piece. Your pastel technique shows light in a different way than laying on thick oils. I'm used to looking at thick paint and I like this one. Look forward to all your explorations!

Loriann Signori said...

Thanks Brian, You are so kind. I just can't keep away from the studio. I really don't know what I am doing with this knife. Yes, you're so right it is sooooo different.
Now I remember the reason I chose pastel .... so that I can layer without waiting. What is it you do with your oils to make light?

Dewberry Fine Art said...

Your a true creative being. Hope you are recovering well. Your painting looks like your doing amazing. Really like these palette knife paintings and just everything...color, comp, lead in. Very cool.

Karen said...

you can paint... :)

I can layer with thick paint if I lay the stroke on ever so gently and delicately, so as not to disturb the stroke underneath.

Jala Pfaff said...

Somehow I missed seeing this one! It's beautiful. Hope you're feeling a lot better soon.

Loriann Signori said...

Thanks Jala!