Back and forth

June 14, 2015



12 Responses to “Back and forth”

  1. Yay! Well done. A round of applause from me. Great colour, depth and sense of mystery in this. Just lovely to look at.

  2. Absolutely gorgeous and mysterious and full of interesting shapes. Frame it!

    • Thank you. A friend came round this week and said to crop the bottom 3 inches. What do you think? I might treat myself to a frame 🙂

      • I think you need to do what you think looks best to you. My thought is that you would lose some of that interesting shadow shape in the lower right foreground that mimics some of the shapes I see in the background. It would also move that large tree on the left to the front and I think that would minimalise the openness that I quite like about this. I follow that large shadow in and am liking the spaciousness of this landscape. I would choose to not crop. You will lose some of the edge, anyway that would be under the mat.

  3. honeypears said

    I love the strange circular textures on the moonlist hedge/stone wall. Great sculptural painting, awaiting an apparition!

    • It was a magical place and I’m glad I managed to get some of the atmosphere across. The trees were planted as part of a romantic plan so very theatrical. No wonder we feel there’s a ghost in the wings!

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