Thank you for your kind words, I was very torn for a short while, overworking and adding detail to much of my work in an inner struggle between what I wanted (the blurry scenes), and what most of those who knew me preferred (my more detailed works, most of which may be found in my scraps section)... I am so happy that what I feel is "right" for me to do is being appreciated!
Thanks! I'm surprised so many have liked it! Pieces like this are what I was scared to complete (mentioned it in my blog), because everyone seems to prefer these intricate pieces from early on in my artistic days (they were much more traditional), so I took them out of my portfolio... stuff like this is what I feel from a scene when I view it... just feels "right".
you did well, i need to get out of my too traditional old-fashioned way of painting, but scared to... i never went to a big Sch. of Art or anything like that, just self-teaching myself, meaning need to start from this way
I never went to school either, I started a Major in Fine Arts at Kutztown, but only stayed one semester due to costs (and a great deal of creative frustration!) Your work is beautiful, like us all it will evolve into whatever direction it is meant to
I am surprised you are not making money all ready, I can understand though it is hard, I had this artist, Paul Scarborough, once tell me that the hardest part of an artist's life is finding your niche (then the consistent sales start I hope!)
i guessed, at the beginning, art for me is to kill time as well as finding out if i got some talent to it (runs in my father side of the family), but now, since doing it as a presents, i might as well, if somebodys interested ask for a price, ay