Sunday, February 15, 2009

To Burn Without Being Consumed - next step

This crescent board painting is so warped I may never do anything with it, but I'm enjoying the process so far. A bit more paint, a little more India Ink so far.

And there's a heart in this one, too - I left it where it appeared.


Barbara Sailor said...

This is beginning to work extremely well - a lot of nice movement and color. I like it!

Sandy Maudlin said...

Ohhhh Really reall really liking this. The warped board can be made flat when framed. This is so so good! You should be proud.

Suzanne McDermott said...

This may be my most favorite painting of yours yet. It really is fabulous, Rhonda! Great work!

Nick said...

I like it as is, Rhonda, and see even more possiblities with it turned upside down. Is it the full 30x40? Looks like the board is separating, that was the one thing I didn't like about the stuff, happened to me many times.

RHCarpenter said...

Thanks so much for your comments on this one, Barb, Suzanne, and Sandy! Nick, I flipped it to see and you may be right - I like it upside down, too...seems more like figures in the shapes. The paper is separating from the board and because of that I cut a full size down to 1/2 to try to manage it. I don't think these will be my favorites. LOVED your UTube interview and will return to watch it again - everyone who starts getting tight and fussy with their painting should watch this :)