Mountain Lake

Reply Wed 4 Dec, 2002 12:53 pm
Oil on canvas (1998)http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0SgDhAq4WUGBdOJLio85lXlRj8knuRHwflJq!vmLgtKAp*pLuiRlOI3YtyRWFFNd8StcdLVLfxSI5AvzBmXSwcQKn*FYlLqfq63BPiq0azBsm!van4E4V6Q/ImaLands.jpg?dc=4675399755207116378
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Reply Sun 8 Dec, 2002 08:02 pm
What impresses me most about your work is the endless variety. Many people find a single formula and stick with it, producing more of the same endlessly. I particularly like this one.
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Reply Sun 9 Mar, 2003 09:29 am
I was just flipping through, but I had to stop and comment on this piece. It's captivating. . .terrifying. Your use of light vs. dark and the symmetry of the tree and the looming mountain is intimidating yet, the soft, white background pulls me in as though I must find out what lies on the other side of the lake. Beautiful work.
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Reply Sun 9 Mar, 2003 09:55 am
Thank you for your remarks. I still own this painting, it hangs above a fireplace in our media center.
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