Deck chairs by Rolando

Deck chairs

Acrylic on canvas, 60x80
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24 comments
This is so lovely, a place in the shade to rest from the heat. Love your choice of colour for the light and shade. Great work!
over 6 years ago
Thank you Anny
over 6 years
Now there is a lovely place to sit and read,a wonderful composition Rolando and I love your colour palette. ******* Warm regards, Nyra
over 6 years
Thank you very much Nyra
over 6 years
I love the feeling of space and light in this picture as well as the wonderful blue wall. I could live in this quite nicely!!
over 6 years
Thank you Jackie
over 6 years
Beautiful painting,,,Jose
over 6 years
Thank you Jose Luis
over 6 years
Hi, I'm the administrator for the group Impressionist paintings, and I'd love you to add this picture to the group.

Love the idea and the way you treated the sunlight, shadows and foliage. My best regards, Isaura (accepted)
over 6 years
Grazie Isaura
over 3 years
There is beauty in the simplest things...as you proved it, in this lovely painting.
over 6 years
Thank you
over 6 years
Love the vibrancy of the colors!
over 5 years
thanks valerie
over 5 years
Beautifully balanced composition, the shape making is excellent, great to view this one, Chris
over 4 years
many thanks chris
over 4 years
well done great worque
over 4 years
Thank you!
over 4 years
love this! i like the details and the way you painted the floor - reflection, shadows are great.
over 4 years
Thank you Nancy.I like your rural paintings very much.
over 4 years
Gorgeous work!!
over 4 years
Thank you Jolante!
over 4 years
beautiful painting, purple color is attractive
over 3 years
Thank you for your kind comment!
over 3 years
Love the light and as always an inviting scene
over 3 years
Thank you Lynne
over 3 years
.beaitiful detail, love the light and shading, Rolando
over 3 years
Many thanks Pauline
over 3 years
Wonderful composition, love the tranquil atmosphere.
over 2 years
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Artist Statement
for Rolando
Art should be nothing cerebral. If it fails stirring feelings it's hardly an expression of human beings.
What is the most challenging subject for you to draw or paint? For me it is people portraits. I was happy how this one turned out but it's not always that way!
Beautiful, soft and sensitive with such lovely warm colors and so charming to view. The hardest thing for me to paint are roses. I think they will always be... view answer
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