Sam Art Dog
Did you have second thoughts about the world you created? I don't think that is unusual, even for God.
And nobody blamed him because the trees really were unacceptably odd, all uppity with their roots sticking up--and their leaves all busseled out like can-can dresses. The hairdos were the last straw. They had grown arrogant and not a little self conscious. "Enough," he said, and they dried up and blew away.
I wonder if this is like Celeste's do-overs.....first, the trees were turned upside down, which means they're now growing downwards. Have you tripped over any roots? Beautiful sky and desert.
It's like you've been peering over my shoulder! The dust isn't blowing, but the temperature is UP UP UP! The blues and yellow oranges light me up and make me hummmm!
Bob---I would never presume to have a second thought.William---Your parable speaks well to the frivolous vanity of golf courses in Vegas or ski resorts in Bahrain.Hallie---'Tis indeed a Celestial do-over. The trees were tilled back into the soil. Kvan---Are you still in P Springs?
Desertification never looked better!...lush and colorful.
I haven't a clue what the words mean...but I love the painting!
Celeste---I didn't like it much as a painting of trees, so I followed your example, turned it upside down and slapped on enough color to put your eye out. As art therapy, it worked for me.
Just back from the browns and yellow-oranges of the desert to the wet, cool greens of the Northwet.
I find trees very worrying actually (I like the smell of them though). It's that lack of bi-lateral symmetry (trees have radial symmetry don't you know- they have an up and down but they don't have a left and right). So this --- is perfect. Love the scumbling of red and orange. It is a luxury of a painting.
Sam--All parables aside, this is one luscious piece of painting. Like my teacher used to say, "I don't know what it is, and I don't want to know what it is, its enough just to see it." stunning piece.
Love that magenta.
Sam, this reminds of the colors in Zion and the Capital Reef area. It would appear the molten desert swallowed up the trees in a fiery explosion of beautiful color!dd
Truth be known, I might of painted this just to have a place to plant some full-out magenta.
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