February 6, 2016 rock in the sea (blue) 9 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInPinterestTumblrEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by donegallizdoyle in cold wax, colour, Donegal, nature, painting, studio Tagged: Abstract art, donegal, lizdoylepaints
Being a dweller of the suburbs of a large city, I immediately thought of how the skyline looks as I look out the window of the commuter train. And then I read your title. And then I thought about what connection there is between these two ideas of the same image, if any. Now, this is what I call a great art experience – looking and enjoying what I see, and then thinking about the interpretations. Thank you.
I like that duality too – this is one of the most rural locations – looking out into the Atlantic from an island off the North West Coast of Ireland – and yet even while I was painting it I could see patterns relating to skyscrapers on a city skyline 🙂 the joys of abstraction – all within the viewer’s perceptions 🙂
Ah. That’s great.
Thanks Jeff – as ever – help yourself! 🙂
I love this painting!
Thanks Ketty 🙂
Love this piece! Love your vision…
Thanks Cindy 🙂
This painting, ‘Rock in the sea 1’ and it’s sister, ‘Rock in the sea 2’ are available through the Doorway Gallery Dublin http://www.thedoorwaygallery.com
To find it go to menu, artists, liz doyle, available works
If you buy more than one piece Denise will do a good discount (and they don’t all have to be mine!) And there’s free shipping for works over €500 within Europe!