Wednesday, January 28, 2009

San Francisco Victorian

24"x30" oil on canvas
This is an older painting I did a few years ago. I thought I'd show it since it is similar to the latest Different Strokes From Different Folks challenge. I will be posting my version a little later on.

19 comments:

Maggie Mayer said...

Wow..this is amazing and inspiring Edward. ...very warm and inviting. Great job!

Camille LaRue Olsen said...

Edward, it's so great to be able to see this one close up, since it has been in your profile picture where we couldn't see the detail. Look at the light you captured there...stunning! No wonder you're so proud of it. And I truly appreciate what a giving artist you are in other ways, not just with your own easel and work. I truly sense your generosity with others who are trying to find their way (like me) and you will never know how much it means to feel the support from a person like you.

Theresa Rankin said...

This a real winner Edward!! Absolutely beautiful with a great sense of light.

Theresa Rankin said...

Meant to say "This IS a real winner"!!

James Parker said...

This is great. You have no idea how happy I am to see this full-size instead of the little picture in the corner of your profile with some dude in front of it blocking the view. And ESP or something. I printed out a dozen or so artist profile picts for practice on my portraiture. I was upstairs studying yours and it occurred to me that early this morning, while I toured the blogs I follow, I didn't see yours. Because it wasn't there. It is now. I came downstairs to amend the oversight and there you were following me. I am truly honored.

Angela Elledge said...

Now, I can't wait to see your San Francisco DSDF painting! Wonderful.

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

Exquisite lighting and amazing detail, Edward! I am looking forward to seeing your DSFDF submission.

Marilyn M. King said...

Beautiful in every way! So glad to see it up close and I'll bet we are only getting an idea of the true radiance of the original. Thanks for sharing.

Tom Pohlman said...

Edward! This will be a tough painting to improve upon (over on DSFDF)- Very fresh color and beautiful light. Nice job!

Sheila said...

Wow.... now I REALLY don't want to post my DSFDF challenge. Ed, no wonder you're DSFDF teacher's pet. This is beeeee-yooooo-T-full! Lighting, composition, detail but rendered in a soft and underdone way. Wow...

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

WOW.Amaizing.So real and clean I can smell the air.
Cannot wait to see the DSFDF project.

dominique eichi said...

Finally we get to see in a closer version, BEAUTIFUL. But I knew that. Thanks for the "follow the blog" I've added myself too. Can't wait to see your new DSFDF. I've finished mine but my daughter took my camera :( So I have to wait until Sunday or Monday to post.

Michelle Burnett said...

Edward, This painting is very lovely...breathtaking! Can't wait to see your DSFDF post.

adebanji said...

Unbelievable!

sam said...

Brilliant Edward! You can really feel the light!

Inky said...

Beautiful painting. I love the sunshine and the shadows you have captured.

rob ijbema said...

wow,very sharp and filled with light!

Málaga said...

Thak you for your comment. Grat blog and paintigs, congratulations.

Dominic Philibert said...

Beautiful my friend!!!!
I love the colour you used!!!!