Wednesday, February 22, 2006

SONG 2 By The Sea, By The Sea

We often gaze, at a mysterious place, where it is said, there is, song,
and beauty, and grace.

16 comments:

ian russell said...

i'm holding that thought. great painting. :o)

Geoff said...

purty!

NPS-art said...

lovely!

Twisselman said...

This would be a great album cover for Holz's The Planets. Way cool, and the man in the moom looks like he may be ready to break into song.
Oh, and I like the shower illustration below. Acoustics are great in the shower stall. I'm late in getting around to viewing posts, so you've posted two by the time I got here. Excellent stuff.

Anonymous said...

Once again hunny your work is so great i love it Annette Becca's sister in law!!! mauh keep it coming!!!!

ValGalArt said...

i see the face! how incredibly beautiful! i love all the elements in this and would love to go to this place all the tme! There is everything one would need here!!!

Toni said...

This is so surreal! Your mind could just wonder here.
beautiful

moverlow said...

It reminds me of a beautiful silent movie set only in color. Gorgeous.

PaMdora said...

I like this, makes me feel like I'm in another world! Thanks for checking out my drawing too.

The Tart said...

Glowy and cool...fabulous view of the world...great way to view life!
Beautiful!

Smooch,
The Tart

Mike said...

What a great picture. What medium is that done in. Love it...gives me an idea for a new pic!

Alexa Brett said...

I love this one, too. Your sense of composition is very strong! What a wonderful song, what a great imagination!

Joy Eliz said...

Thanks for the comment on ElizaDeath!

I really like this piece it feels so peaceful. Same with your Tea illo.

Very Nice!!

Alina Chau said...

beautiful magical piece!

AscenderRisesAbove said...

I missed this one earlier; loving the musical notes in the sky

Anonymous said...

very good. . . the reflection is dreamy. . . . I like the way the sun is influencing the blue sphere (earth, I assume)

the sun is spouring onto the earth. .

I prefer no faces in moons or suns. . but that is my personal bias. . .

I like the red planet. .. you don't see it right off. . but it has a real presence later. .

I like the way the picture is framed by the shapes. . intimate and close.


and the stars add to the pattern/ texture of it all. . and to the mood. .

I love it.

I love ythe way the earth looks. . being bathed



Marianne