Painting in Oil
J'aime l'attitude de vos chevaux, celui-ce me fait sourire. Il me rappelle les athlètes de triple sauts !Plus je l'admire, plus je me mets à sa place !... Votre palette est extraordinaire également.Une jolie peinture ma chère Susan.Je n'ai jamais beaucoup peint de chevaux et je le regrette car c'est un animal que j'admire beaucoup. peut-être que je les respecte tant que je crains de ne pas leur rendre suffisamment hommage !Cependant j'ai l'idée dans une prochaine toile de le faire "naître", car je dois exposer lors du master polo de Saint-Tropez.Gros bisous à vous.
I adore figurative and horse painting - can't seem to do enough of either! Thank you for your kind comments and best of luck with your exhibition at the Polo Club of Saint Tropez - that is so exciting and I hope you have many sales!
Your horses, and your ballerina's, always make me smile! So full of life and joy!
Thank you, Judy. This one was a quick ala prima study. I may have gotten carried away with vermillon!
There is that dash of 'controlled frenzy' about the horse, that is often reflected in the ballerinas ... a sort of celebration in the joy of being alive
Frenzy does seem right in describing him, John! I like very much and admire your thought that these paintings are a celebration of the joy of life. That makes me smile!
Love the colors and wonderful muscle tones! and he's definitely spirited...Beautifully painted, Susan!!
Thanks so much, Hilda. Sometimes I fall in love with a color and it begins to show up in unexpected places!
I didn't have a chance to tell you how much I love the diva-sized ballerina you posted yesterday - she is mah-vellous, dah-ling!And your chestnut is definitely one horse I would not be keen to ride. He is awesome - tough, raw power!!! The colors are superb, Susan. Maybe not rideable, but really a looker!
Thank you, Kathryn. This horse seems wild and free to me - perhaps you are right - its better not to try to ride him!
Okay Susan!You and your wonderful horse not only defy gravity you laugh at!Another majestic masterpiece! Your tremendous art screams of glory, happiness and so much more!Thank you for being the grand artist you are!Your Happy Boston Strong Art Buddy!Michael
Your comments are welcome and brighten my day!