– 22nd June, 2016 Landscape (Sketch), 2016 –
Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have a conversation in pictures going and it’s called Between Scarlett and Guest.
Is this the same one Richard, or have you both started another one.
Hi Leanne, yes, sorry – the perils of posting quickly and using a previous post as a template 🙂
Yes, indeed. Thanks, Geo.
Sand and sky. Lovely palette.
Thank you, my friend. 🙂
That is beautiful Richard, really striking!
Thanks so much, Leon! You well?
Yeah good thanks, been back and forth between London and Berlin for the past two months. But back now for a few months at least.
Still fuming about the EU vote, but other than that i’m alright.
Trust all is well with you?
Yes, thanks. I know, I’m gutted about the EU vote – quite shocking that it’s come to this. Now I remember why I came to London – it was to escape that kind of thinking…hope Berlin was good.
Will you be keeping this blog?
Yes, for the time being. Still got a few things to say 🙂
Thanks so much, Melissa!
Thanks very much, Rabirius.
It is the sliver of the elongated, textured triangle (on its side) at the top of the off-center, dark-sand “panel” that brings this landscape together for me.:-) So interesting!
Thanks so much, Lemony! That’s v interesting.
I love it.
Really glad you like it, Malin! Thanks very much.
Thanks so much, Erassima!
Fantastic – so much to see in here RIchard..there’s something of all the seasons, and weathers..I also see ice skating, and wolves in the woods! There’s real solidity in the geometry too.. oh I like it a lot!.
Thanks so much, Cath! Really glad you like it.
Fabulous dimensions and perspective here Richard, well done!
Thanks so much, Patti!
A landscape teetering between harsh and gentle. Amazing!
Thanks so much, Karen!
A nice contract of tones, Richard! 🙂
Thank you, my friend!
Happy to be the 100th person to “like” this one. I dig your suggestions of perspective on this piece, especially when contrasted with other aspects which oppose it.
Thanks so much, John.
Love how the circle glimpsed through the low opacity pulls the composition together so well.
It was interesting playing around with the landscape format – shapes become suggestive of things other than themselves and obvious layering seemed to work better than in portrait format. Thanks very much, Elena.
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