Monday, June 30, 2008

"Winter" 6x6

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  • Recently I spent the day at the The Getty Center in Los Angeles. If you are ever in LA this site is not to be missed. The museum, gardens and research institute are perched on a ridge over looking the LA Basin and the Pacific Ocean. It is a spectacular place to spend the day. I was taken with this sculpture and thought it would make an interesting painting.

    “Winter” is a painting of a portion of the marble sculpture, “Bust of Winter”, created by the German artist Paul Heerman (1673-1732). This sculpture is part of the permanent collection at the Getty Center.


    Blogger Todd Bonita said...

    Love it! an unexpected subject matter for you but pure M Collier. You can paint anything. Good for you M.
    All the best,

    7:05 AM  
    Blogger Jacqui Faye said...

    wow! i was completely blown away when i saw this one. beautiful.

    8:52 AM  
    Blogger Alvin Richard said...

    Just outstanding, as great as the real thing!

    7:37 PM  
    Blogger otto said...

    This one is GREAT! You are a composition master!! A true painter's painter...Wonderful!!

    2:42 PM  
    Blogger PAT MEYER -- said...

    Precision to the max. Great one.

    4:58 PM  
    Blogger Rhonda Hurwitz said...

    beautiful painting. very dramatic

    8:50 PM  
    Blogger Don Gray said...

    It was about 95 degrees here today, but looking at that glowering, intense face threatens a snowy blizzard. Beautifully painted.

    10:10 PM  
    Blogger libby said...

    holy crap, this is gorgeous.

    7:24 PM  
    Blogger Sherry DeGhelder said...

    You did a wonderful job. He is extraordinary!

    10:50 PM  

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