Sunday, August 26, 2007

visitors


19 comments:

md said...

seems her visitor is gone great comp work and use of color very dramtic affect

vaggelis said...

i find the image alarming. nevertheless it's a powerful work of art...

steve said...

So much mystery in this one and your use of the black space actually adds to this piece. It's excellent Miri--you continue to succeed at making one think and wonder.

atomicvelvetsigh said...

lovely.. dreams sometimes visit us in a way least expected..

this piece reminds me of an old painting i did.. [cynical silence]

Anonymous said...

OH you have just woken on the slab in the morgue and there are crazy visitors standing around telling ghost stories but you can only see thier shadows and they can't see you! I recognise the satin sheet :)

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Very beautiful.

studio lolo said...

The composition is perfect with all of the vast blackness around her. The two mysterious shadows are menacing and forboding. If I were her, I'd be afraid. Another rich treat...thank you.

aynaku said...

triangle: perfect and original composition...and nice colours balance

hablasballena said...

What a way to color skin!
the complete work is very nice, but the skin is fascinating.
good work dude.

greets
mau

Valeriannah said...

Another awesome post. I love your work.

isay said...

they're gone? you suceeded in singling out the image....

the heartful blogger said...

Oooh, wonderfully intriguing. I'd love to hear her story.

Mim said...

wonderful painting - I think she's having a nightmare.

AndyDoodler said...

Beautiful --- again! Story, mood, composition & everything- fantastic. Story?: obvious shadows of some sort of visitors- behind window- or is it bars? Doesn't seem like a dream- body language seems awake and from highest point looking down on shadows of figures and listening and wondering, and maybe somewhat fearful- and mood is all kinda disturbing. But maybe it's just a visitor at an inappropriate time, rang the doorbell- husband went out to see- wife sitting up trying to hear what's going on outside? But everything points to something more.

Alina Chau said...

Love your abstract conceptual interpretation ofthe theme!

carla said...

You always create such a narrative feeling, but the story is always so mysterious... I love it!

janie said...

Brilliant, stark and fearfull. Great style.

Mauricio said...

Nice, really nice.

See you

Twisselman said...

Hey, thanks for visiting my site while I was lost in the ether. I see I've missed a lot of wonderful entries from your digital palette... all with those great blue and brown shades... and all telling stories.

This one is so moody... Is she the visitor? Or has she been visited and abandoned?

Below I'm imaging a siren beckoning Captain Ulysses for a tour around the battered rocks.

Hope the stuck bather doesn't get soap in her eyes. Love the ducky... and those toes are way out of control.

Your aching for that mysterious house of days gone by is strangely familiar... Do we all have places from other lives stored in a collective unconsciousness? Beautifully troubled sky.

All treats for the eye. Shouldn't have deprived myself for so long.

... and, yeah, the aliens decided to drop me off after our star cruise... must've complained too much about their driving.