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DREAMSCAPE II

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This is a "MACRO - MINIATURE" Painting.

Acrylic on Board, 8" x 10" (20.3 cm. x 25.4 cm.) (sold)

This is the forth "Macro-Miniature" (BIG LITTLE) painting I've done. I'm able to complete my ideas in small spaces. I can only do these while I'm not working on commissions. It allows me to achieve a balance. I can keep a little more objectivity about my larger paintings when I go into these. (And I do "GO" into them!)

I have quite a collection of lenses now. Starting at 2.50 up to 700%. The smallest brush I use is an 18/0 script.

... Obsessive? Probably ;) Obsessive is okay with me.

These ( BIG-LITTLE) paintings are becoming more dreamlike. The ideas start with something simple like a cliff and a body of water. The other parts of the painting come to me in dreams or daydreams, or thoughts. Or, they just appear, and I capture them with the little brush, as fast as I can, before they elude me.

Maybe I'm sinking into this little "Microcosmic Universe", (Thank you, R. A. Heinlein!) ... like the "Incredible Shrinking Man", a film from the 1950's.

I do seem to be shrinking sometimes. Metaphorically speaking. My world is very small. If my computer crashes I panic and pray to the electronics Gods as I re-boot. "OH, PLEEEASE DO NOT CUT ME OFF FROM MY WORLD DEAR GOD!!!"

... Is that pathetic?

No, I don't think so ... ;)

Limon Art Studio, yukipond, and 55 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Xerxes Nadir 84 months ago | reply

    This is beautiful!

  2. Marcus Surrealleous 84 months ago | reply

    Wonderfully creative; a new world for the mind to wonder around in.

    This image proves you are Wildly Talented

    ARTFULLY INCLINED

  3. Colin~Johnson 84 months ago | reply

    Great man!! Love this one. Great detail for the size! This is probably my favorite of your more recent posts. I'm really into "blue" right now in my own works so that may have something to do with it. I also get more of a sense of hope in this piece than the previous two. Don't know what your take on the piece is but that's how I interpret it. Just beautiful!!

  4. gregory.hergert 84 months ago | reply

    I like the guy using the bird as bait...brings new meaning to fly fishing...excellent dreamscape!

  5. Fernando Hereñú AKA Pulpo Corporate [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

    q bien que pintas GENIAL

  6. dan:may 83 months ago | reply

    i love this image... it has a very interesting peaceful quality to it.

  7. Jen's Photography 83 months ago | reply

    beautiful!*

    Stupid as a painter

  8. The Big Jiggety 78 months ago | reply

    Entrancing stuff. Beautifully executed.

  9. John Magnet Bell, Wearing a Red Tie [deleted] 77 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Disciples of the Roving Heart, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  10. Fernando Hereñú AKA Pulpo Corporate [deleted] 75 months ago | reply

    Muy bueno Felicitaciones

  11. peonia papellan 70 months ago | reply

    .this is absolutely.

    please add it to our
    DayDreamers' pool

  12. Roolooth [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

    Fantastic!

  13. Part of the Pattern 64 months ago | reply

    I totally love all of your art.

  14. Understated Flea 61 months ago | reply

    Thank you for sharing your talent ...

  15. Fufulula, thanks for 1 million visits 47 months ago | reply

    New Art, Surrealism, Fantasy, Pop Art
    Sculpture, Abstract, Painting, Kaleidoscope
    Graphic Design, Architecture, Special Effects
    Visual Art, Mosaic, Photoshop Art, Deviant Art
    This is so "Out of this World!"

  16. laura's worlds 44 months ago | reply

    you're one of the few luckiest ones
    who can follow the star
    and give life to dreams

    thank you for posting these
    I feel lucky too to have found it

  17. vytko1.618 [deleted] 35 months ago | reply

    very cool!

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