What a gem of a painting, Casey. It certainly looks much bigger than its actual dimensions.This painting makes me want to work in small sizes like this and try to distill design elements down even further (something I constantly struggle with). Thanks for the inspiration!
Thanks for looking here, Sonya.
I find it fascinating that the size of a pastel painting matters most to the artist, not to the viewer, for whom an image is an image. Pastels, especially, seem to reveal themselves best in their own microcosm.
I notice the same effect with Sonya's very fine oils of the four corners area. They appear bigger on screen than in person n- but the details are best in person.This caused me to look at the size of the image on my CRT (Toshiba Laptop) and I didn't like that it is bigger than the actual image. I'm going to change the post size.
There, I took it down from the "large" to the "medium" template size, and I changed the size reported to reflect the height first, which I normally do.
Nice lighting in this one.
This does read as much larger than it is and it sure is a gem of a painting Casey! love it, love the light in it, everything.
Beautiful sun-soaked feeling to this one Casey. It is like a little gem but would have quite an impact as well, I think, as a larger pastel.
Thank you, Sara and Brian. I can visualize it bigger, and I think many things would change.
Delicious colors Casey! Better than cake, and a lot like fall!
Brenda - maybe it's Key Lime Pie.
Deliciously irradiated. Like a Monet haystack taken up several notches.
Jala: you are very nice! I didn't want to post it for a long time.
Some quite delicious colours in this< Casey, and I love the close tonality.
Thank you, Harry!
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