Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Moments...



Moments...



Ingredients: vintage dictionary pages, book board, original photograph transparency, acrylic paint, shimmering watercolors, calligraphy ink, dye ink, gel pen, leafing pen, dry transfer, rubon letters, vintage stamp. approximately 7 1/2" x 5 1/8".

Available for purchase in The Altered Page on Etsy.

26 comments:

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

You continue to amaze and delight with your artwork Seth. These are both fantastic, thank you for the closeup views too!
oxo

Jo Horswill said...

Hi Seth, I'm sitting here with my little Buddhist bell tinkering, in the background... Perfect while viewing your "Moments" piece :) Happy 2010 to you Seth...what are doing this May, I'm back in town for a month! Would be good to catch up with you then, Jo...

Ro Bruhn said...

Beautiful piece seth, very serene.

Gillian McMurray said...

Another beautiful piece. I do like these Buddhist themed pieces. They are very calming and beautiful.

lyle baxter said...

mmm! love the buddha ,the color , the peaceful feeling! thanks for sharing another side of seth! lyle

*jean* said...

o very cool...this seems a new path you are on and i love it! very calming and beautiful for the cold winter

MrCachet said...

I'm still curious about the chop that you've applied to the stamps - did you carve it or acquire it from somewhere else? This one is even stronger than the 'Be Yourself' piece. I'm hooked on the Oriental theme right now myself.

Red or Gray Art said...

blue/green ...favored always!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Is this a new series, Seth? I love the colors. Who knew those tiny bits of pink would go so well with the turquoise.

Carina Felice said...

is lovely :)
thanks for sharing...
Namaste/\

Dianne said...

thanks so much for stopping by my blog and commenting...it is so appreciated. really enjoy your work... you art is always inspiring and your words thought provoking.
thank you

Four Seasons in a Life said...

I am drawn to the vintage stamps and the chop mark. Thank you for having the image large so that one can study the various parts of your art work, not only to visually enjoy your artistry but also learn from it.

THank you for sharing,
Egmont

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Namasta (spelling) dear spirit of Peace. These works share the inside flow of your gentle heart as you create your sacred marks. The Peace you have in your heart is made visible in your Art. Imagine Peace...you have...and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Jasmine said...

Oh, you are so good at this. All art making is so interesting.

femminismo said...

You've done wonderful things here. The Buddah, no matter what form, always invokes peace in me. Keep up the good work. - J.

Cynjon said...

Beautiful, Seth!

La Dolce Vita said...

nice work!

Lisa Hoffman said...

My favorite part of this piece?
: the sprout growing out of the Buddha's head!

Debrina said...

This looks like a new turn in style Seth (am I right?). Beautiful, just beautiful! The colour, the theme and the details.

Gaby Bee said...

Both are fantastic! You never cease to amaze me! Love this new direction in your art (love ALL of your art).
Gaby xo

Carmen said...

I love this Seth. So calming and beautiful.

Evangeline said...

I'm back for a 2nd look at this one. The colours are wonderful!

Studio Sylvia said...

Moments of serenity; moments of contemplation; moments of self visiting; moments of stillness; moments to restore the balance; moments of just being. This piece does have its moments. Beautiful colours of tranquility, Seth.

Laura Hegfield said...

the colors are so vibrant, they make the Buddha float peacefully above the page.

nelda ream said...

I love the effect you have achieved with striking simplicity against intense color. It is very beautiful

Trudi Sissons said...

beautiful Seth - colors, textures, choice of figure.