Description: oil on canvas
48" x 48"
Posted by karenvm on March 08, 2013
Posted by randysprout on July 01, 2012
Wow! Such wonderful skin tones!
Posted by lindamorgan on March 31, 2012
Posted by candyacidreign on March 30, 2012
Posted by cheechwzrd on February 22, 2012
not only can I hear but I can see.....woW! thanks.
Posted by rhinovangogh on January 10, 2012
Great color scheme! Wow!!!!
Posted by toriyule on November 24, 2011
Posted by fxman on November 21, 2011
Amazing work !
Posted by oddistjones on November 09, 2011
Posted by robinmermaid on September 09, 2011
Posted by lauriemcclave on March 27, 2011
Posted by karibhaley on March 19, 2011
Love what you do with color!
Posted by mariateicher on January 19, 2011
This is incredible! The colors are genius.
Posted by williamrose on January 24, 2011
thanks! - the colors were fun to play with in this painting.
Posted by keelanmcmorrow on January 18, 2011
Yes! Love this face.
Posted by williamrose on January 19, 2011
thanks! I'm working on an even larger painting of her now (5' x 5'). She's actually an incredible singer.
Posted by dezane on January 18, 2011
Posted by faceplace on December 04, 2010
Beautiful. Love the colors!
Posted by candacejean on October 14, 2010
I love, love, love the color here!
Posted by williamrose on October 31, 2010
Posted by eliemakhlouf on August 17, 2010
Posted by sephillips2004 on August 15, 2010
You are very gifted my friend!
Posted by williamrose on August 23, 2010
thanks! really appreciate the wonderful comment :)
Posted by miamia on August 10, 2010
Posted by avoshahinian on August 07, 2010
Marvelous art work
Posted by williamrose on August 08, 2010
Posted by natalieholland on August 06, 2010
Wonderful work, love your portraits!
Posted by fortinero on August 02, 2010
each time the I walk in to your gallery (I won't tell how many,but very often) I stay longer and I must confess,is a Nirvana,is a honor,I enjoy so much,calm,serene,alone and I need to tell you that your art,is one of the few pleasures the I have this days,since I'm in the last yard of my life,and for that,I thank you much.-Adolfo.
Posted by heathermlaforce on August 02, 2010
OMG I'm in heaven!
Posted by williamrose on August 02, 2010
ok Heather - this comment made my day :)
Posted by lindamorgan on July 31, 2010
Posted by dmaidman on July 31, 2010
Really interesting - I feel like your color is moving in a more fauvist direction, with those saturated magentas in the cheeks and all the touches of green and blue and orange. Is this something emerging from the blue piece? I am starting to find that when I'm about to make some technical jump, my first expression of it will come spontaneously in a piece with highly stylized color, and I get the feeling from the blue piece and this that you may be going through a similar transformation. Anyhow, it's lovely work - thank you for sharing.
Posted by williamrose on July 31, 2010
Thanks David! Yah I don't know if I'm really moving in any direction - since I'm relatively new to painting, I think I'm still playing with possibilities. That said, I'm a huge fan of Matisse and certainly would like to think I'm sliding into fauvist-like work. The piece I'm working on now is a lot of black and gray and white with strong abstract elements of gold, yellow and a little orange - hoping it comes together like I see it in my head :)
Neat - I can't wait to see the next one! And I'm a big Matisse fan too - can't wait to see the current show at MoMA... and, uh, I'm a Daniel.
Posted by williamrose on August 01, 2010
haha - yah sorry, I realized that shortly after I wrote this :). I have a good friend who's name is david madeline - my brain slipped a beat. Wish I could see the MoMA show.
Posted by juuri on July 31, 2010
100% stunning. I love the blue in the face. Did you do a blue underpainting and just let it show through? You are crazy fantastico!
thanks again! actually the blue/green was layered on top - the underpainting was the earthtoned color around the lower part of the painting.
Posted by studioc on July 31, 2010
So vibrant! Lovely!
Posted by eitan on July 31, 2010
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