7/21/09

Solace


Coastal landscape abstraction. 36X48 Mozart Andante - Eline Kleine Nachtmusik
 

16 comments:

Alicia from Santa Fe said...

I appreciate minimalism in art, and by your artist's statement and this painting, clearly you enjoy it!

Tina said...

Alicia, thank you so much for your comment on this painting. Yes, I am very much a minimalist painter. Actually I am that way in most everything, minimalist. I am so glad you stopped by and left comments. (I am a bit minimalist in my blogging as well - lol.)

Catie said...

This is so soft and beautiful, with the music I want to rest.

Tina said...

Thanks, Catie!

Judith HeartSong said...

Lovely piece... perfect.

Tina said...

How lovely to hear from you Judith, thank you for taking time to comment.

Ciambellina said...

Wow Tina you're an incredible artist!

I'm glad you visited my blog because otherwise I would not have known to visit your blog, and view your works of art.

Wow!

Tina said...

Ciambellina, I am glad I visited your blog to see how wonderfully your celebrate your heritage! Amazing posts and yummy photos, you appear to live life to the fullest, and this is how it should be. My very best, and thank you for coming here and posting such lovely words.

Helen Stannard said...

Tina,
What a lovely painting...a great way to combine a traditional theme with abstract qualities...very fresh. I can smell and feel the sea air.
Helen

Tina said...

Dear Helen, so nice to hear from you. Thank you for your goodness. I believe you've been busy yourself!

Gregory Becker said...

You certainly have have some interesting work. I especially like your use of color.
Thank you for your comments on my blog and for simply stopping by.

Alina Chau said...

Lovely!

Tina said...

Thank you Gregory. I enjoyed your posts and felt I must leave a message! I am going to have to try that white pen you were so good to suggest to your readers!

Tina said...

Alina, thank you! I appreciate your comment, and see you are a blogger, I am off now to see what you blog about. My best, please visit again!

Kathy Ostman-Magnusen & Dennis Magnusen said...

There is simplicity of to piece... at first glance, but then after studying it further one is surprised to see an amazing array of colors. One must be a master to know that pathway and project it onto canvas. Congrats on this piece and all of your work, which is very touching.

~Kathy (Twitter friend KathysArt)

Tina said...

Kathy, my goodness, thank you. I read what you wrote on my drawing Mary Did You Know, and I am very touched and overwhelmed by your thoughts there and here. I've seen your work which is very impressive, as well as have read your written word on several pieces, outstanding writing. Thank you for your visit here so much.