expresivo minimalismo.pura belleza !!
Such a pretty painting!
Such a dreamy piece and oh so beautiful! Oh please let me finally learn something from my couple of years of following art blogs! (Instead I seem to stubbornly plod along and never pick up a clue! LOL)
Light and airy, this painting is so beautiful in it's simplicity. Wonderful atmosphere. Also the film clip on Mies was so interesting. Thank you!
You've described the moisture in the air in this beauty! Interesting video, too. Breaking up the solid spaces with light-infused space/glass. Van der Rohe in architecture. Bergin in this painting.
Less IS more, in this instance. You convey such a dreamy quality with this landscape. Very lovely.
When I saw the painting, I was intrigued by the painterly handling of the grays and the wonderful color notes in the background. She just tries everything, I thought, and brings it off. Then I saw the Mies video, rolled my eyes and started it. Couldn't stop and watched all seven clips. I am so glad I did, and see what you are saying about simplicity. There is way more complexity in simplicity than meets the eye--just as in your painting. Outstanding post, Celeste. All that said, could you live in the Farnsworth house? I could sure suffer a try.
If this painting exists for no more than to stage that gasp of green, it's a success. Thanks for the video. I want to have lunch with Robert Hughes.
Yes, less is more--that's why we all rent storage buildings. Your painting is a breath of fresh air--beautiful.
thank you Celeste for this very nice video and painting...
This painting just jumped off the screen at me. I love it. I hope I can learn something from the less is more approach. I still haven't been brave enough to try painting loosely. Some day! Thanks for posting the painting and video.
Thank you for the video with a new way to appreciate the light, form and design. New approaches for painting ideas. Such lovely paintings.
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