Monday, March 15, 2010

Can you stand something romantic?

I just had to do this one. Excuse me. It is decorative and naive, I know. Adam & Eve in paradise. See what they are sitting on.

17 comments:

ArtSparker said...

Oh, this is so beautiful, I love the swirling world around the couple. It's very suggestive of Indian miniature painting.

eileen2000 said...

Please don't apologize for it. It is absolutely beautiful. I love how the figures are positioned!

Eva said...

Thank you. This similarity is no coincidence, because I looked at Persian miniatures before I started.

jude said...

wow. these are getting to be addictive. i love romance, especially the swirly kind.

Eva said...

It is addictive for the painter, in first place!

kate smudges said...

Your work is beautiful. I love your use of colour and imagery. I read through "A Chapter of History", and was so sad to read of your parent's life during the war. No wonder your mum had a faraway look sometimes.

Chris Gray said...

...this is so beautiful.....and romantic :-)

Approachable Art said...

Eva, please never apologize for your unique and beautiful artwork, ok? I LOVE it and I know I'm not the only one, but even if no one did, it's still your entry into the world and if for nothing else, it's important for that fact alone.

HUGS

Eva said...

I apologize for apologizing...

Deborah said...

This is beautiful!

Diane N said...

I think this is glorious! I'm so glad that you are sharing these works of art with all of us. Every time I see a new one it makes me smile anew.

Rayna said...

Ah - so sexy - it is beautiful.

Adam and Eve and Pinch Me went out in a boat. Adam and Eve fell in - who was left?

JRonson said...

Oh beautiful and wonderfull colors, the idea of adam and eva came out irght on my mind, beautiful work !

Judy said...

ok ok: enough apologizing already! LOL
Seriously, Eva: it is wonderful. I love the apple tree: very vibrant! Terrific piece!!

xo

Emma J said...

Lovely, lovely. Is this painted or quilted? I love that hint of impending threat which for now is cradling the innocent lovers.

I'm glad to have discovered your site - thanks for your thoughtful comment.

Rayna said...

And a lot of arbitrariness can create problems - but then you just take a bit of it away and you're fine!

By the way, you probably know that the word adam in Hebrew means man.

Suzanna said...

Beautiful!