I’ve had this and another on the easel for a while. I’m not sure I’m finished. I want to let it sit for a while. Sometimes when I get to this point with a painting, I decide it’s better to just start another than to continue to worry this one. I’ve painted a few versions of this scene now, each a little different.
6 thoughts on “Miki And The Red Coat”
Excellent colours, yellow and blue contrasts, lovely. The shadow cast by the robe is a cherry on top, it really adds to the composition of colours.
Bill, when I win that Lottery mate, we’re BOTH gonna be wealthy cos I’ll be buying a whole lot of your fabulous paintings 🙂
I think this is my favorite of all…
This is a gorgeous painting. The colors draw you in first, but there is a mystery about it… hard to put into words. The coat and shadow seem alive. The dog is like a guardian.
Milena, sometimes I think I push the colors too much. I appreciate the feedback
Tom, I’m pulling for you. Thanks
Judith, thank you.
Anita, I appreciate your comment. It was my wife’s coat and her dog. He still watches out the window for her return. Sometimes I do to. I’m working hard at trying to produce some work that expresses some of what I’m feeling without being corny or overly dramatic. I’m glad you sensed something deeper in the piece.
I see all the pain and hurt so visible in this painting .god bless you,don’t change a thing in the painting let it be.