Into the night by Colleen Clark
11 comments
stunning work you have done here great abstract !
over 3 years ago
thank you brandi
over 3 years
nice work! 5*****
over 3 years
thank you miro
over 3 years
Very good artwork here...5******!
over 3 years
thank you pittore
over 3 years
Impressive work Colleen ,it really does give the feeling of a dark and foggy night ! Maureen
over 3 years
Dear Collen, it´s in fact a very interesting abstract. Would love to know if there was a very special mood in it, since I don´t know if I can see smog or fire or destruction. Anyhow it´s a very dark one I love the lightning blue and beige in it :D
over 3 years
HI christine, to me as i was working on it it was just what emotion we can percieve of the night, being different depending on the viewer.
over 3 years
a beautiful abstract love the shadows on the water. I can see buildings etc - regards Susie Mac
over 3 years
thanks susie .c
over 3 years
Hey really nice work - again
i love it looking good -ed
over 3 years
thank you Ed.c
over 3 years
A beautiful and strong work with great line and composition!
over 3 years
thank you Jolante.c
over 3 years
Wow! I love this piece, I am a huge fan of abstract art, especially with such an expressive edge to it. Great work!
over 3 years
thank you so much Mallory, i loved painting this one it took on a mind of its own as i was working on it.
i just love your image of the little girl it says so much and a wonderful techmique.i am not proficient with portraits...still a challenge to come.
over 3 years
I love the colours you've used here. Very dramatic and moody.
over 3 years
thanks jennifer, i was enjoying playing with colours and textures.
over 3 years
Looks, at the very least, like a mysterious night. Wow there is a lot going on here. I really like what appear to me to be alien figures, very nice indeed!
over 1 year
Many thanks Karla it was fun creating this one.
over 1 year
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Artist Statement
for Colleen Clark
Art to me is as natural as breathing. It is a way to express myself in colour and form and creativity. I have been interested in art ever since I was a child, when I would sketch and colour in art books. I have always loved working with all forms of art and craft and tried my hand at pencils, watercolour, acrylic oils, mixed medium, collage and silk dying over the years. I have enjoyed spinning and weaving, pottery, sewing costumes and flower arranging. I have also written a spiritual story for children called Rainbow Crystal Dreaming. I enjoyed the facilitation of art exhibitions for our children’s schools as well. Over a period of raising 5 children and living on a farm, nursing and looking after grandchildren, and working as an...
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How long do all of you keep your references...are you partial to particular ones which you may use, time and again ?
Terrific that you had the great reference photos to recreate the weathered old barn. I like to paint these scenes, so many are vanishing, collapsing in place... view answer
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