Sunday, February 18, 2007

gravity

is for apples, and other mere mortals

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

and that makes u? a veggie? a god ? or none of the above? but seriouly nice painting again like th eexpressions on ther faces and the way u captured a mood: michael dailey

emila said...

Nice painting!

HARDWAX said...

Yes Michael, one of the above-I'm the mere mortal.

Twisselman said...

Wonderful that for a moment gravity can be defied. Great lighting and a beautiful moment captured by you.

Mac McRae said...

I really like this looseness of this.
The mom rules.

AndyDoodler said...

Awesome painting! Kinda like Adam and Eve a ways after the fall- bound by gravity, it's effects, etc.- but able to hang on to a piece of the Garden in that they still have each other- and Jr.

steve said...

My nephew loved when we'd all lift him up like this (when he was one, about a year ago). Fantastic job!

isay said...

i like it a lot when you paint something like this. it is so homey! is the woman in your painting pregnant again?

Michelle Lana said...

Nicely done, hardwax! great job.

studio lolo said...

Wonderful feeling here. Love the warmth of the kitchen and the love expressed by them for just being together. I also love the way you painted the walls topsy-turvy and curvy. I even love the color of the clock! Thanks for sharing :)

HARDWAX said...

No Isay, she's not pregnant, she's the victim of BAAAAD ARTWORK. I didn't see it until you asked the question.
Thanks for your comment, I thoroughly enjoyed doing this one.

Linda said...

You realy have a wonderful way of telling a story! i love the look of the mom. Great work!

Hellcat said...

Mere mortal SLAVES! They are multiplying *VOMIT*!!!

the enigma said...

wow, what a painting! gorgeus, indeed. except for the not-suppose-to-be-pregnant lady. he2. still, it's beautiful.

Helen said...

This is really beautiful - your comment actually reminds me of the feeling of these sweet moments, when such "constants" as time and gravity really don't exist. I love your work.

Mauricio said...

Wonderfull :o)

Take care

the heartful blogger said...

I love the immediacy and intimacy of the scene, and wonderful lighting as usual.

Brine Blank said...

Next to your button popper (which was one of the first IF posts I had seen) this is my favorite of yours...nice mood...

Pussy Divine said...

So this is where you scamper off to when not attempting to be a hellcat...hmmmmm.......... Where are you hiding Dr. Phil?

Alina Chau said...

Lovely painting, so much warmth and join in this piece.

Tony LaRocca said...

The moment children learn that we daddies are mortal beings is when they become so big we can't throw them in the air anymore.

Regina said...

Heart warming and delightful!