this piece is so wonderful!~ probably one of my favorites because of the contrasting dark and lights and the colors look so refreshing yet warm at the same time!~ it has a minimalism-esque style; simple but detailed. the whole effect of after a rain storm looks like it captures the scene perfectly!~ the soft washed effects look so clear and vibrant; a sort of a duality-theme which I absolutely love!!~ the building gives a sense of keeping close to the man-made world while still enjoying a walk in a natural environment, but tis a bit slanted and makes the left side of the road look like it's a down slope a bit. this scene is very dreamy, and I wonder if it really exists? if it does, I love it already just by looking at this painting!~
I must say, your paintings are a real revelation. I chose to comment on this one, because I love autumn and have rarely seen a painting that just carries the felling of what autumn is for me so sincerely. Thank you once again for the favorite, it's really an honor.
Amazing! How is it possible that there is depth in the piece yet I somehow, simultaneously perceive the street to be solid?
There is so much going on in this seemingly modest piece. A lot of thoughts coming to mind. I'm especially intrigued about those characters(the man&the lady under the umbrella), I find them rather curious...I wonder? Could they be apparitions? Or maybe your work is just getting the better of my overactive imagination?
Ghostly, Turneresque, somehow reminds me of trains, either a train line or a train station, even though it is a park walkway; has a Victorian feel, the scent of smoky rooms, chintz and seances, darkly autumnal, sombre; I get little pleasance of mood from this painting, it is not an uplifting image, but that is not to it's detriment, I still find it beautiful and enticing, it draws me in, lets my imagination run wild in it; there are figures in the image, but it does not feel peopled; they are thin, the faces are not defined; the viewer feels remote and lost, alienated, out-of-time, out-of-place. Stunning and unsettling, this is a great piece of work