Friday, January 23, 2009

Walkers

Oil, 9x12"
SOLD

12 comments:

silvina said...

Leslie, this painting makes me feel like I'm observing the aloneness of two individuals. They are so close in proximity yet completely in their own worlds. Beautifully painted.

David Lobenberg said...

I can dig it...lovely!

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks, Silvina! I liked how they were linked by the interesting patterns and shapes but they are definitely in their own worlds. It gives it kind of an odd tension that I like.

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks David!

craigstephens said...

Simple and well done. Very nice. I like the flatiron too.

Brothergrimm said...

I like Silvina's observation. It kind of makes you try to imagine what, if any, interaction is going on between these two. Are they two friends saying "seeya later!", or are they two strangers with completely different lives? Neat stuff.

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks, Craig. There was so much detail in the Flatiron painting that I was glad when it was finished!

Leslie Sealey said...

BG I was wondering the same thing even as I was working on it. I think they are relating to one another, but on a subconscious level. Yeah, that's it!

Dani Brandimarte said...

Very nice! And the Flatiron is very impressive. Glad you are getting posty again and giving us new stuff to look at.

Leslie Sealey said...

I've been working on bigger paintings that take a little longer, so it has been a while between posts. More is on the way, I promise! : )

W. K. Moore said...

Leslie - great perspective and painting. The story is there and no words necessary. You have been producing a long line of strong work...

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks W.K., I've been concentrating on quality over quantity. Glad it's paying some dividends...