Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Seeking Shelter


seeking shelter from the storm



Ingredients: watercolor paper, book board, acrylic paint, calligraphy ink, gel pen, dry transfer, rubon letters. approximately 5 3/4" x 4 1/4". click to enlarge.

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18 comments:

Dawn D. Sokol said...

VERY cool!

Lisa said...

This exudes emotion...apropos theme with one of my favorite color palettes. Stunning piece!

Marie-Aimée said...

just I love

Coastcard said...

Beautiful blues, Seth!

Dyche Designs said...

Amazing, love this piece.

Lynn said...

I always resonate to the texture in your pieces Seth. This no exception. Subtle, but there.

mansuetude said...

So elegant! Texture is poetic. Letters seem almost singed in by fire.

La Dolce Vita said...

wonderful... feels like a sanctuary...

Jill Zaheer said...

Beautiful Seeking Shelter from the Storm piece Seth-in it's simplistic form and gentle color palette. Just love the flow of the storm to finding peaceful shelter.

femminismo said...

I like this a lot. Stormy colors, enigmatic symbols ... it says "Seth" all over it.

Leslie said...

Awesome Seth.

Marit said...

Wow Seth... what a marvelous works!!! I'm totally "art minded" lately (giving a art-history workshop, posted about a stunning young Dutch artist on my blog today... I think you would appreciate that man's art too! His name is "Johnny Beerens") and your blogpost today fits right in the mood I'm in!!! Thanks!

Outside The Lines said...

I find this work meditative and pleasing....the colors are beautiful...I was drawn in by the thumbnail and was not disappointed when I came in for a closer look....

Marilyn said...

Very special. I like the linear nature of it.

oneartistjournal said...

Love these pieces...calm mystery...

rivergardenstudio said...

Seeking shelter is such a perfect name for this piece. That sometimes we all need shelter from the storms in our life. Have a great weekend. roxanne

Dave said...

As I'm drawn to not only textures as well as symbolism in any work of art, I found this to be a very strong piece..one that I'd like to see "in person". Great work, Seth!

Evangeline said...

This is lyrical. The simplicity of it. Just so beautiful!