11/8/08

Raleigh

8'x6' and 8'x4's






actual size in comparison with a dining chair, large spaces
eat up the size of a painting, so better to err toward larger than smaller

Two 8' X 4' and One 8' X 6' - Lofty and open spaces require their larges sizes, however simply viewing the paintings in the spaces in which they hang one would have difficulty discerning just how large they really are.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

So calm and serene.

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

Thanks, whoever you are, that was what I was hoping for when painting those. I wish you'd left your name! Email!

Anonymous said...

I saw these in Raleigh when I was there to see my sister! They are huge! Your art is amazing! Sharon S., Nashville, TN

Tina Steele Lindsey Art said...

Thank you, Sharon! Don't you just love Raleigh? So beautiful! Yes, large paintings, and don't know how large until you are in front of them. Best wishes in Nashville.

self taught artist said...

looks great in that industrial setting, always a plus in my book. has a steely quality all in its own, congrats on SOLD!

Tina said...

Gosh! I just now saw this post, thank you so much for your thoughts, this was a fun job and installation even more fun, again, thank you!

Jala Pfaff said...

These are awesome, Tina! I really love the neutrals and how they work together.

Tina said...

Thank you, Jala, very much. The facility was gorgeous, and it was/is a pleasure to have them as clients. I hope you are well, I noted the late hour of your post, I hope you got some sleep!

Claire Watkins, ASID allied said...

Hey I have that couch in my living room! Wow! I am really enjoying looking at all the work you have featured, I can't decide on a favorite, but love seeing all the abstracts and their colors.

Tina said...

Thank you Claire. I am especially pleased you feel that way! Thank you for the visit to my blog!