Thursday, November 16, 2006

Empty Chairs 36x36

I am posting this painting again....This work brought and me as lot of joy After the competition loss I felt like I couldn't look at this painting the same way anymore. I did learn so much about myself(the good the bad and the ugly) as well as about complementary colors and composition
I got a call today that this painting was sold, from a gallery I just became a part of called "Gallery Mosaic"
All the doubts I had are healed .....not for always, but for today anyway:) Posted by Picasa

12 comments:

Lisa Call said...

Congratulations on the sale Amber.

I love the windows (wall?) in this piece. I love geometric shapes and the colors are wonderful.

Sheri Burhoe said...

I love the warmth in this piece.I can't wait to see my painting soon ! :) Congrats Amber !

My time said...

Amber,
I find myself viewing your work almost every day....truly beautiful.

amber said...

Thanks Lisa


Sheri ,maybe you should see it before you accept the trade

Lori Witzel said...

Kick-a** on the sale! And hope you have a fun weekend.

amber said...

Thanks Lori, you too have a good weekend.

Squirrel said...

Amber, I haven't been here in a while. I've missed you. But I can see you are really moving along! Your paintings are wonderful!! SQ

Ed Maskevich said...

A sale always trumps getting into a competition.

Sheri Burhoe said...

I did see it.I've seen your work before in person and I'm up for the trade for this piece.

Olga said...

I really like the contrasts in this piece: the warm darker colours and tones in the foreground and the light at the back. And I really like the way that the place, the space is the subject.

It is funny how not succeeding at a competition has a dread hold over us, and yet it is such a subjective thing. As has been said above: sales are trumps!

amber said...

hi SQ it's great to hear from you hope you are well
Ed glad to you came to visit good analogy
Omega I never thought of that painting that way ,but I think you're right My next show is to be titled " the Space we take!"

Alina Chau said...

beautiful expressive paintings!