by R H (Rhonda) CARPENTER
Bravo Rhonda! You really nailed the expression on this one. This is the first portrait I've seen in which you emphasized the subject's feelings. Keep going and don't let those brushes dry out! Build on this one.Congratulations, Rhonda.Sincerely,Gary.
Thanks, Gary. I'm glad you like it - but didn't I emphasize the feelings in the painting The Stars Have Lost Their Glitter? I'd be interested to hear your thoughts because maybe it will help me get closer to being more expressive with my portraits.
I think you are on to something here Rhonda! I LOVE IT! I agree with Gary, keep going.
Hello Again, Rhonda,Unfortunately, I can't comment on that painting as I am unable to see it and have no idea why.This problem occurs at several blogs I follow and no one seems to have a clue why.Harry Kent's latest work about his Menieres problem isn't visible, for example,as well as, other works of yours.I'll have to take your word for it and hope Google or our computer can solve this curious problem.Hope you got the email I sent.Sincerely,Gary.
Thanks, Vicki. It's funny, the response to this one. I find it just a painting of a pretty girl - nothing too deep about it. But, apparently, others are finding more there than what I thought about while painting it - maybe it was the song!Gary, I've found when that happens, you need to update your java and you can do that by going to java.com and finding the latest download. I didn't get an email - maybe your computer has gremlins?
I love this!! The round stencil shapes are very cool, it reminds me of the reflection off of pool water. And I love the expression too. yes! keep going.
Jane, thanks so much - it reminds me of some of your work :)
I love it Rhonda! She looks like a diva lost in her song!
Wow, Rhonda! This is super. I love it.
Thanks, Gaylynn and Christiane - glad you both like this one. Hope you enjoyed the song, too!
I like this. To me, she looks underwater
Thanks, Pam and Celeste. Celeste, I never thought of that but it could work. I thought more of flowers since she's a girly girl, don't you know (wouldn't any girl with a powder blue Trans Am be a girly girl...but with the need for speed! ha ha)
ooooh, love her, blobs and all. Very exciting work.
Thanks, Carol. She seems to have struck a chord in everyone so far - and that's good!
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