Posted on January 30, 2014June 23, 2015 by Anita C. Milleruntitled (14/1) untitled (14/1), 6″ x 6″, oil on panel, © anita c. miller 2014
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Dramatic Anita! Consider doing this on a 6 foot square panel using huge brushes – how amazing that would be! Tony
Oh, yeah!! I haven’t done a really big one like that for a couple years… maybe it’s about time. The last 6 footer I did took 3 months! This is my dilemma, Tony…. how much time do I want to spend? If only I COULD do a large one fast and with the energy of the little one. Maybe…
It’s the energy that shines through your six-inch pictures, It could be stunning on a large canvas – if you take months over it the spontaneity and vigor that so characterises your style will be very difficult to maintain. I reckon this one, reproduced with a stiff six inch brush (a lot of sixes in this) would be unbeatable. Tony
My favorite larger size these days is about 40″ x 40″. You don’t need a truck to transport it and people generally have the wall space for it. Thanks for your input, Tony.
I can imagine the work to scale this up. Kinetic. Wonderful free motion.
Thank you for your kind comments, Rufus.
Super dramatic and very bold again. can see multiple things on this canvas.
Happy painting, Ana : ) Your comments are much appreciated, thank you!
I love the vibrance in this even in its’ darkness there is hope.
Thank you very much, abex. I guess you nailed it… that’s how I feel about winter and the gloominess of these seemingly endless cloudy days in Chicago (when it’s not snowing!) Sometimes it just comes out in the painting without me thinking about it.
Ya here in Toronto it is very much the same.
My sympathies : ) You’ve got it worse, for sure.