– Three Variations on the Canon in D Major: Brutal Ardour, 2014 –
For Mum and Dad, with love.
Excellent- I like this series of yours very much.
Me too! They’re so rich.
Thanks very much, Ashley. Lovely compliment.
Thanks very much, Rabirius. Really glad you like them.
I’m liking this image, Richard! A bit of opera never goes amiss, but there’s a hint of the Orient about it too! 🙂
Glad you like it, Richard. Ha, ha, I can’t see either in this.
Opera for the venue, Orient for the Chinese-ish symbol in the whitewash. 🙂
Sorry, Richard – I didn’t notice the sign! Ha, ha.
Love the subtle interplay of all these elements. The gestural drawing, the figure, his environment. Light and weighty at the same time. Very thought provoking.
Thanks very much, Steven. I wanted to try some more lighthearted strokes.
Wonderful!! As is this whole series and a nice dedication!! You are really onto something great, Richard.
Thanks so much, Ellen! That’s so nice to read. I’m beginning to enjoy the process a lot.
Such a dynmaic feel to this. Movement pulling my attention this way then that. Turning my head to look at it from another perspective.
That’s such a great description – thanks so much, EllaDee.
ciao! it has kept me looking and lots to see…bravo.
Thanks very much – really glad you like it!
Many of the warning signs that life tries to offer us are completely unintelligible.
Yes, indeed. There’s no proper roadmap. We’re just stumbling about in the dark, occasionally with a torch.
Beautiful! Such a perfect balance of calligraphic painting and gestural form.
Thanks so much, Karen!
Cheers Mum and Dad!
Ha, ha, thanks very much, Cardinal!
A beautiful work Richard, so full of tenderness and poise.
Thanks so much, Patti.
They’re really clever these, I like them a lot – be great to see them collected together!
Really glad you like them – I’m enjoying making them. I’m giving the collecting them together thing a bit of thought…
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