Dramatic! Great use of contrast.
Unbelievably good. I love this one. Every night, before getting ready for bed, I check for new blog postings. No matter how tired I am, your paintings make my eyes pop.
This one has a little Edward Hopper in it.
I LOVE it! This is spectacular, Celeste! Brava!!
Fantastic, Celeste! I like the cool aqua color surrounding the dark figure. Makes him "pop!"
Oh is this gorgeous! I love this piece, Celeste. It speaks of mystery and romance, movies of the 1940's, glamour and intrigue to me!
Very nice, Celeste. I love the contrast and sense of mystery about the piece.
I like the "clima".Excellent.
great stuff celeste, very cinematic!
Wow!! This is moody - I love it! As ArtSparker said it has a little Edward Hopper (one of my favorites) in it. Really fantastic!!
Drama, power, mystery. Perfect!
such mood here. wonderful!
Hopper has nothing on you...Excellent!-Don
Congratulations! I'm glad you scratched out this one after you tripped over your pile of junk (lol!) When I see your work, and your productivity, I am inspired. I love the impressionistic brush strokes. You are a magnificent artist and I love to visit your site. And I remember "Yesterday's News" from an older post, and I still like it (I am, as you know, partial to works showing people doing what they do).As for the "Letter to the Student of Painting", I have been weighed down lately by some events involving my autistic son - today I am utterly exhausted. As such, I love the line about freeing the mind and creation. It came at the right time for me. Thank you.
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