Tuesday, May 11, 2010

ten more paintings (of 33)



12. beginnings are ends 8x9


13. meditations on a square no. ,2 6x6


14. meditation on a square no. 1, 6x6


15. unchanged


16. tranquil veil 17.5x 21.5


17. skirting a secret pool, 12x5


18. hope and longing, 21x28


19. offering, 24x24


20. enduring, 6x6

Here are ten more paintings from the show. I have added the size as requested.
As I  stand in the gallery and look at this show I feel the calming. It might be strange for some...I am more likely to be described as hyper and stable(emotionally). All I crave is tranquil and moody.
Thanks for looking.......More tomorrow!

6 comments:

Janelle Goodwin said...

I SO wish I could attend your show. It would be great to see all your paintings together, in person. Good luck! I know your show will be a great hit!

Caroline said...

Are some in oils, sorry! it is just fascinating to click on them and look closely. The atmosphere is very strong in each painting, I think you have been very successful in creating mood and atmosphere. Each tells it's own wee story. All the best for the show it will be very successful!

Katherine van Schoonhoven said...

What a beautiful show!! Each one tells the story of the artist who was quiet and observant and responded to the light and the forms and saw it as AMAZING and BEAUTIFUL. I, too, am sorry to miss seeing them in person!

And congratulations on the early sale!! Best of all to you, Loriann!

loriann said...

Hi Janelle, You are so kind. I wish you could be here too!

Hi Caroline!
yes, some are oils. Numbers 10 and 18 are oil and pastel, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24 and 32 are oil only. The rest are pastel, almost all have watercolor underpainting. Thanks about the mood.

Hi Katherine, Thank and send good vibes for me so that they all get good homes.

Lisa McShane said...

I love your titles! And thanks for having my blog on your blog roll: I'm honored!

loriann said...

Thanks Lisa.I am delighted that you noticed them. The titles show a piece of the concept. On another note, it's my pleasure to include your blog in my blogroll. Gotta share good things, right?