Wednesday, November 10


 Rosalia. This is the one that looks like pop art to me. What do you think? Japanese?

Also, would you like to see paintings in the context of an interior? Does it help you get an idea of how it would look in your own room? I am thinking of shooting all the paintings (if I have time) in a room in my home. What do you say?

12 comments:

  1. I personally like seeing paintings that way. OH MY, Rosalia is GORGEOUS! I want it bad. I've so been loving to see how your work has been evolving! Just beautiful.

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  2. I find that totally helpful. I mean, I fell in love instantly, but then when I saw it displayed like this?? I was a goner. Hmmmm, maybe I need TWO of your paintings in my pad. I'm soooo excited to see mine btw! Woot!

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  3. oooh yes i love seeing them in context. fo sho.

    this one is AMAZING friend...

    but then again they all are ;-)

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  4. aHHHHHH!! Michelle! That is GoRgEoUs, girl. I love it. So, when does it come out as a print? (I can't quite afford an original.) :(

    I think it is always good to show art in context. Not for every shot, of course. But it does help.

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  5. Context is a great idea!! It always makes it more tangible, more real when you can see your lovely pieces in a real space. Can't wait to see more!

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  6. seeing it in an interior makes me want it more :)

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  7. Oh, yes, in a room! Your work is so beautiful... I want to imagine one hanging in my home :)

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  8. Michelle, I LOVE this new direction. It's perfection!! You are a wonder.

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  9. Give us more! I love seeing artwork situated in an interior setting. By the way, the dresser in the picture looks lovely!

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  10. I just found your blog and I'm excited! Your art is amazing and I really like this post showing the art alone and in context, very inspiring. I'm looking forward to reading your archives!!

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  11. I love your work and love seeing the paintings in an interior. BEautiful!

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