Still looks very sad...maybe it is because I've got kids...I really like how you handled the background
i like this miri it gives a sense of hope even in desperate times. i like the way u made the star shine brighter and that there's more of a misty glow around them both now.
I like watching the progression of time. Life may still suck for our benchwarmer, but at least he isn't alone. Merry Christmas to all.
great setting, hardwax ! love it-
Miri, I love this, it touches my heart! They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and your three tell a very warming story! Your art has so much feeling, I think that's what makes you so unique. Very beautiful!
This gives the viewer a lot to think about! Intriguing!
Wow- that's heartwarming. Thanks to you Miri, and the star for the relief.
Wow...it's like the star is protecting him and his companion. Great atmosphere, very moving illo.
thanks for the message hardwax!!! take care!
very nice... all the lonely people; where do they all come from....
Nice lighting, wish I could get in closer to the image to investigate your technique.
Very tranquil situation. The better half must be taking the picture. So peaceful with a nice shine from the star! Happy New Year .....
They found each other...very sweet. Thanks so much for your comment on my peace sign. It was fun to do. Happy 2007!
This is a beautiful series. I agree - maybe there can be some peace and comfort even in a testing situation. Perhaps this is the real peace we can aspire to. I am very interested in your technique - do you use a Wacom tablet?
This is another very touching painting, Miri. I feel like these two lost souls have found each other and together they will find peace. I love how your work always has a story, and that story changes with the viewer...such a gift you have to evoke so many stories! Peace to you in the New Year!
Touching 'finish' to the series. (Actually, I'd like to see more - maybe the topics will lend themselves).I really like the lighting, especially, the star shine on the two.
I love the peace and tranquility that this picture shows. Larry Lees wife.
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