Wednesday, August 11, 2010
" I like the movement and she is caught in a whirly wind (not sure how to spell) but it is a memory from my childhood when we could look out across the field and see the dust and debris blowing and caught up in a whirl like a mini tornado. We always ran toward it. Well anyway, last week when I was at the hospital with dh there was an area at the front entrance to the hospital that caught the draft and I saw this several times. I wanted to step into it but there were crepe myrtle blooms swirling in it as well as a other dust and debris and I thought I shouldn't. A good painting should evoke something in the viewer even though it may not necessarily be what the artist intended. So, your painting brought back to me a distant memory along with a more recent one where the crepe myrtle blooms were swirling instead of corn husk and cotton plant leaves. .....even her hair is caught in the swirl."
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