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I will do so only for this it would be needed a bigger canvas.
Nice, I like this I'd like to see you do some closeups of a human face. Not sure why but I would just love to see you do a series of different faces... I like how you give such respect or reverence to the art in your words with such phrases as "unchosen by me".
I love happy paintings and smiles,when peace of the mind is present.
Originally posted by Brotherman
SnF very nice I like it, as usual you have a very nice color palette it is most definatley a happy painting in the words of Bob Ross
Actually there is quite a market for primitive or folk art. Some people call it naive art. One of the most famous primitive artist was Grandma Moses. Her painting "Sugaring Off" sold at auction in 2006 for 1.2 million dollars.
Originally posted by okyouwin
reply to post by piequal3because14
I say don't give up your day job. The colors are nice and worked up well, but I don't really see anything here.
But then, what do I know.
The asymmetry can give the beauty of colors.
Originally posted by kkrattiger
There is something in the painting people are respondibg to. It is charming folk art, I agree with Tanda. I must offer, though, that the proportion of figures are off in comparison to the oxen, the cart, & their respective positions in fore, mid, or background.