Blank spaces

December 28, 2016


11 Responses to “Blank spaces”

  1. Lovely art! And, do like the ‘treasure’ on the sideline…a nice touch 🙂

    • Can’t see the treasure Caren. We need a sky sports-esque pen and graphics that I’m reliably informed is called a ‘tele-strator’ for you to point them out. I can see a hunter with rifle in the shadows in the last one.

      • Well, I have learned something new tonight :-)…I didn’t know they were called that..but yes!! it would be very useful 😉
        In the last of the three pictures, I can see on the right (as you look at it) what looks to be a silver shiny/sparkling object sitting on the painted bank!! I assumed you had incorporated a little piece of jewellery/or/painted with silver dots on your painting?? I know a lovely elderly artist who incorporates mini sparkle gems into his landscapes whom I thought of immediately when I saw your pieces tonight 🙂
        OMGoodness I didn’t even want to disturb your mind with all the wonderful things I can see in the shadows on the bottom painting…T-Rex being one of them 😉

  2. I love the strong graphics in the first two pieces. Great examples of working with negativw space.

  3. nwolitzer said

    Thank you for liking my blog and drawing of Natty. Your drawings/posts are great.

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