Monday, May 28, 2012

Avoid a Landscape


Sure I did not want a landscape, but okay, it is a hill and the sky -- inevitably. You can't keep human eyes from seeing what isn't there. We are no robots. Yet, something works out fine, and that is the "transperancy" of the "boulders". Are they heavy or light? Solid or translucent?  Or can you see through the layers of the soil? (I am very fascinated by acheological methods of research without disturbing the ground.)

9 comments:

MulticoloredPieces said...

Hi, Eva. I'm liking your new beginning. It will be interesting to see where it takes you. Also really liked the fabric you created.
best, nadia.

jude said...

oh i really like this

Yael said...

I love it - I really do!
But my eyes always move upwards to those little rectangles in the corners, especially the left one - why are they there?
:-)

Eva said...

The little rectangles are just clasps that hold the paper to the board I was using to keep it flat.

Yael said...

I am SMILING!
I was wondering what they are doing there! Oh, but I should have known!
Sorry Eva! :-)
Now I absolutely unconditionally truly love this painting! :-)

Judy Cooper Textile Images said...

I like this one. It reminds me of the hugh boulders we see here in Newfoundland that are just sitting out on the barrens. They were left there as glaciers passed over the land.

Eva said...

Thank you, Judy. Yes, we have such ice age souvenirs, too!

Els said...

love the "clouded" colour against the bright stripes ....

Eva said...

Els, are you on facebook? I can't find a way to connect with you, can't comment on your blog either...