Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Hometown


This is where Hansel and Gretel live. In a field of almond trees near the Pyrenees Mountains.

14 Comments:

Blogger Ivan's blog said...

this is beautiful,I love the colors and the lighting.Good composition and layout, and love the little silhouetted characters.

12:16 PM  
Blogger Neysa Bové said...

Pyrenees mountains? But I thought you hated living there in Andorra, hmmm, maybe you changed your mind.

Oh well, lovely view :D

5:53 PM  
Blogger IZA said...

Amazing everything! How big is the piece and is it gouache?

5:42 AM  
Blogger pumml said...

This is lovely! You've captured a nice mood here. Great colors and swooshy brush strokes!

10:19 AM  
Blogger Daron said...

nice! I love the colors

1:16 PM  
Blogger Tom Moore said...

This is amazing. Gouache, right?

1:45 PM  
Blogger rose-a-petits-pois said...

wow wow wow! I love your paintings!
This one works very well with the gold sky :-)

Gouache or acrylique?

2:38 PM  
Blogger lorelay bove said...

Neysa- La vida da vueltas y te lleva a la infancia nena!

Iza- Thanks!
I usually like working small, this piece is 10 by 4"

Drake- Thank you

Geneviève-Thank you for stopping by. By the way, Your work is so inspiring! :) oh yeas andt his is gouche.

Daron-Thanks, So Nice for you to visit my blog!

Tom- thanks, yeah this is gouche I usually work with gouche most of the time. :)

8:07 AM  
Blogger Heidi Smith said...

Enchanting landscape!! Such lovely colors!

6:32 PM  
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7:21 PM  
Blogger Marie Thorhauge said...

Hej Lorelay. It has been a lazy sunday with lots of rain - and what better thing to do than visit some blogs - and how glad I am to have discovered yours! Your work is BEAUTIFUL!:D I have Mary Blair flashbacks hehe - you are very talented :-) I am a student at The Animation Workshop in Denmark - and we have hardly no lectures in how to color, which makes me on the verge of bursting with questions -

What materials do (normally)you use for the actual coloring ?
What do you (normally) use as "canvas" ?

In any case - Really lovely work!
All the best

10:33 AM  
Blogger Mike Owens said...

You never cease to amaze me.

Beautiful work as always

11:10 PM  
Blogger Justin Ridge said...

These paintings are super cool! Very appealing designs and colors.

2:43 PM  
Blogger George Cwirko-Godycki said...

thats beautiful

10:33 PM  

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