Monday, May 10, 2010

ten (of 33) from the show

2. topaz serenity, 20x20

3. melody in gold and pink, 14x7

4, sun fingers caress the field, 17.5x 22

5. subtle view of happiness, 9x9

6. more enduring than last night's dream, 24x30

7. summer sunrise, 6x12

8. it seems to sigh softly, 6x12

9. poised

10. extraordinary moment of calm, 28x28
Altogether there are 33 paintings in this show. It is a mix a small plein air studies and studio work. In another post I talked about realizations and how important it is to have a vision of what you want to achieve before you begin. Each one of these had a clear vision. The title reflects that vision.
I will post ten each day with the last day having just three. This is how they are numbered at the gallery. You may contact the gallery if you would like to purchase any.  I am happy to say that even before the show opened, number 22 has sold! Yay!


Caroline said...

Loriann is this a different exhibition to the one where we all had a say to which were our favourites? You posted about 30 as I remember? Beautiful works.

loriann said...

Hi Caroline, It's the same exhibit and all is decided. In fact all has been hung. I am posting the chosen ones with their names. It was a request. I will post ten at a time, 33 in total. Till tomorrow!

Pam Holnback said...

Absolutely beautiful!

NJ ART 73 said...

Hi Loriann,
Thank you for posting and sharing your beautiful paintings from the exhibition. The painting that was posted on Saturday was in one word, sublime. David Dunlop talking about George Inness stated that Inness went from fact, at he beginning of his career to integrating life and spirituality towards the conclusion.
He also mentioned out that Inness does not define but leads with ambiguity- where you see the possibilities. I see that you are on the same path
I find that I rarely have a need to offer commentary on your work. You have arrived at that place were you at now painting at a master level. So each day I click on your blog and enjoy the painting that you post. Continued success on your exhibition and I hope that all find a good home. I will at times post a comment just to let you know that I am still here.

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks for posting these together. They sing this way, and you have my best wishes for your exhibit.

loriann said...

Thanks so much Pam!

Hi NJ, Thank you for your wonderful words! I always appreciate your insights. Visit and comment anytime!

Hi Casey and thank you!