Friday, July 23, 2010

Late Afternoon

Oil on Panel, 8x10"

SOLD

7 comments:

Randall Cogburn - Alvin, TX said...

I like the light effect you have going here, bravo!! I do see something I think I can relate to. It kind of makes me smile a bit, lol.

I see the perspective of the balcony looks way off and appears you wanted in the scene but ran out of room right? I have a bad habit of doing just that. My suggestion is try not to do it and keep to the proportions. Tip from Charles Reid, lol.

~Kirby

David Bogart said...

lovely Leslie. and i politely disagree w randall. the balcony is an after thought at best. you could put anything there and my eye would still be staring at the awning. well done and nice to see some looser stuff from you.

Leslie Sealey said...

This is really interesting. There are many flaws in the freeway painting below, but no one commented on them. Unfortunately, the tighter one paints the more any perceived flaws will be noted. David, I'm glad you like the looser work, because I think that's where I'm headed-looser and more abstract.

Lisa McShane said...

I love that bit of light on the upper left!

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks, Lisa. That's one of my favorite parts of the painting. : )

Don Coker said...

I love this piece, Leslie! Beautiful work.

Leslie Sealey said...

Thanks!