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lost

By mariahager
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20x50cm
IMAGE DETAILS
Image size
1616x2132px 2.13 MB
Make
SONY
Model
DSC-P8
Shutter Speed
10/80 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
160
Date Taken
Jul 28, 2009, 6:33:01 PM
Published:
© 2009 - 2020 mariahager
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yoolchie's avatar
Gefällt mir! :)
Dramatic and thought-provoking! <-- und das kann ich nicht auf deutsch sagen:)
:clap:
mariahager's avatar
thank you little sunshine;)
crim-son's avatar
echt ziemlich cool, haste das i.wo gelernt oder selber beigebracht durch "try and error"?
gefällt mir echt gut
mariahager's avatar
hola...:) das habe ich gelernt und auch mir selbstbeigebracht:) das ist wohl mein wesen^^ ...lg maria
romainjl's avatar
Apocalypto silhouette right? :-D
Really super well done!
To be honest, I'm really surprised to see this since I consider doing a work involving this kind of position (inspired by Apocalypto cover) and with this kind of style/atmosphere (painting effects, a feeling of abstract, dreamy nightmare atmosphere, a bit trash graphic style but still elegant)! hahaha
Anyway since you did it already, and I'm really happy with what I see, I guess I don't need to do it on my side!
Super great job!
mariahager's avatar
Hello;) That makes me happy much that my work pleases you! That is very constructional, although I accept also very gladly criticism. That is a cutout/a part of a 150x120cm canvas of me. Yes, you recognized correctly. The film Apokalyptico impressed me very much. The picture reflects my internal unrest and agony again. I find your work much inspiring. I can still which in addition learn. Respect! You come from France? Or Hong Kong… you work in Hong Kong? LG Maria
romainjl's avatar
150x120cm is quite big, must be impressive to see the real one!

I'm glad you find my works inspiring! I'm actually from France, but lives now in Hong Kong!
mariahager's avatar
ohhh wow...very very nice! thank you!

lg maria
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you're welcome maria
:rose:
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oh...;) thank you;)

lg maria
Curiosa37's avatar
Great style and wonderful sense of composition and colour! :bow:

ps. thanks so much for faving... much appreciated! :)
Cheers
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I am very much pleased;) it makes fun for me, if I can make someone a little happy with a picture. beautiful work estimate I much;) it motivates and makes fun, how an artist grows himself at its work and!

cheers maria
Curiosa37's avatar
Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts Maria! :hug: :)
Cheers
DocSonian's avatar
nice
real art here on DA
very cool piece
like that abstraction feel
blending well with the figure
cool work
going to look at everything here

and thanks for life on mars look
be well
paint
paint
Mark
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oh wow:) I thank for your nice words! they motivate and develop me!! :) actually I do not find it completely successfully… however it lie in the eye of the viewer, how he feels the picture. I find your thoughts interesting!


lg maria

remain multicolored
DocSonian's avatar
glad to hear that.
you have something going with this loose style
keep at it

well it's a process to paint work you love,
just keep at your painting.

remain multi-dimensional pyschedelically influenced
paint under the influence of all painters that come before
check out...ok maybe you know.....just my favs when i was studying painting at the Art Institute
maybe tooo many
but some serious painting here

best
paint
smile

Mark

Willem Dekooning
Robert Rauschenberg
Franz Kline
Richard Diebenkorn


Georg Baselitz
Robert Motherwell
Anselm Kiefer
Jackson Pollock
Max Beckman
Sigmar Polke
Joan Mitchell
Max Ernst
Nathan Olivera
Jullian Schnabbell
mariahager's avatar
your words is a great motivation for my creative soul;)you have an interesting aspect. this develops me.

true words!

thank you!
mark



it can become only better ;)

friendly greetings maria

p.s. : jackson Pollock and georg baselitz are very good
DocSonian's avatar
hope so.....like to see more work.
it always gets better if you keep working
Pollock and Baselitz were connected
even though slight different generations and two continents
they knew paint.

keep moving forward and the paint will follow
best regards from the paint drying in the other room
Mark
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