Sunday, September 03, 2006

safe

21 comments:

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

What a lovely scene. Great colors and a nice feel of movement!

the heartful blogger said...

Oh so beautiful, a very cosy feel, cosy and peaceful from togetherness.

ValGalArt said...

i lovee this!!!

Teri C said...

Oh, it is beautiful and serene and so safe-looking.

chippamunkey said...

Nice good colours!

steve said...

How did you do this ? It looks great ! Was it a trowel or a special kind of brush ? It's so thick ! Nice result !
=^_^=

stevePoisonPencil

Knitting Painter Woman said...

I've slipped on enough rocks at the beach to have some doubts about the safety... but I really like the lines, textures, movement, color and composition. That pretty much covers it, doesn't it?!! Perhaps it's using your talent that is a safe thing to do. zone...

Bron Smith said...

I always enjoy the impasto effect that you get in your paintings. If fills them with energy.

annax said...

Wow! Such a beautiful illo!

michael dailey said...

miri just when i think ur morbid curiosity will get the best of u, u offer us this. This is so fresh and up lifting. the colors, the composition, textures they are all so rich and inviting.
another killa painting.

creative kismet said...

A beautfiul image of sand, water and holding hands. Lovely!

AndyDoodler said...

Awesome! This is a moving painting- literally- and figuratively. It's like a poem. One of my favorites so far!

aynaku said...

...really a beatiful piece...i can almost hear the sounds of the breakers and the wind blowing! and excellent technique, love the textures

Franfou said...

wow man, its done with painter or photoshop ? nice textures !!!!

Janet said...

Another great work!

Gabrielle said...

I know the feeling of walking along a rocky beach with my kids, making sure they (or I) don't slip and fall. Nice textures and colours!

AscenderRisesAbove said...

you have captured the aquamarine waters and the movement of both it and the children

Ian T. said...

This looks pretty risky, but nice spin on the topic and great composition!

Twisselman said...

I agree with one of the comments above: great feel of movement and energy. The water off our coast is just too darned cold for skinny-dipping. Gotta have a wetsuit.

carla said...

I love the vigor of the brush strokes and the very bright light that you've created. There's so much movement...it's lovely!

annax said...

Oh my goodness, I want this hanging on my wall!! It is glorious! It just begs to be touched!