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Thread: Paysage

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    Paysage

    A landscape made from my imagination. I'm trying to work with impasto acrylic-type paint with a spatula. I'm still not satisfied with the outcome. I think the strokes should be more chaotic and out of symmetry. The small image is an example taken from the net ... (A beautiful painting by artist Jan Blecowe, see here) and the type of strokes she gets.

    See larger image for better view.and the type of stroke she gets.
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    orianelima,
    If "Paysage" came from your imagination then this would be the place
    that I would so love to visit ... possibly stay for awhile and enjoy the
    delightful artistry, captivating color and engaging texture. So appealing
    to the senses and beautifully painted! Would love to try experimenting
    with this painting style one of these days.
    Mairzie Dotes

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    I like what you have done here. Actually, I like yours better than the more abstract one you cited as an example. Up close, your strokes are very bold but as you move back from it the strokes and colors blend into a beautiful landscape.

    Nice open lead in to the painting with the red/orange reflection and it carries you nicely to the center of interest which is well placed.

    Nice piece of work. If you put this in the gallery, I'll flag it as one of my favorites.

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    When I see you art Claude Monet always come to my mind. Well done.

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    A stunning work regardless Oriane. I think her brush strokes may go up in size a little more and are a little looser but I think you are getting very close to what you are trying to achieve. Excellent work
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Another fine painting Oriane! I think the fact that ArtRage brushes max out a a smaller size than what she is using, plus the difficulty in creating a knife loaded with two colors is the difference. Yours is wonderful in its own right and more to my taste as an attractive image though.

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    Beautiful job!!!!
    You can see more of my work at http://krasched.deviantart.com/.
    IMAGINATION IS EVERYTHING-Einstein
    See you space cowboy..........

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    Oriane, I think it works fine as is! However, you´re the one in control, so I´m sure you´ll discover just the effect you´re looking for.
    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

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    Thank you all very much
    Juz "brush strokes may go up in size a little more and are a little looser" and
    Al "knife loaded with two colors is the difference" you both are right, thank you. I think I have a solution for that... I am testing and experimenting.

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