Sunday, March 11, 2007

wired


15 comments:

md said...

i like the wireriness of the dead tree branches and the bird perched on top

steve said...

Love it Miri--talk about lush! I really like how your brush strokes are very noticable in this piece. Looking at this, it looks as if you turn it upsidedown you get a whole new kind of landscape where the wiry tree becomes lightening and the sky becomes towering blue and white mountains.

Anonymous said...

I see you on a barbwire tree and there is most definitely electricity in the air! Is getting to that body of water a good thing? Once again love your brushstrokes!

merlinprincesse said...

Yes! As Anon said, strong!!!! :)

studio lolo said...

Very nice Miri! I'm loving the color of the water which stands out in all of those moody blues. Yummy painting!

Michelle Lana said...

Great one hardwax...you always have such beautiful pieces~

Brine Blank said...

SInce you said all of your work is digital the big question for you is have you tried traditional painting? If so do you have an postings? If not ...do you plan to at any time?

Tony LaRocca said...

Ah, the ancient wire-trees of Antioch! cool work, as always!

the heartful blogger said...

I love the blue-green colours against the spooky foreground.

isay said...

there is so much hope in your painting miri(i like the sound of your name?)! actually i like how you created the wired dead tree-the colors are great. there--- is the promise of spring for the little bird or just iike the stork-it has already landed on the right spot.

AndyDoodler said...

Beeeautiful!! Can't see the forest for the... ? Deciduous trees? Dead trees? Those cellphone towers disguised as trees? Is that a Spotted Owl? I should just enjoy the view and not ask so many Q's- thanks for the view!

Michael O'Connell said...

beautiful work… composition color and brushwork are wonderful… thanks for the visit and kind words… and i am way too wired…

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Terrific work, I love the colors.

Mauricio said...

Really good!!!

Barbara said...

Gorgeous! What's the actual size of this work?