The Oil Painting Blog of the late Tracey Clarke
Wow Tracey! Me either. This creature is absolutely gorgeous. Looks like a wonderful, mythical protector of the forest. I'm luvin' this one a lot.
Tracey, this takes my breath away! I only wish I had better res on my screen to really see detail and nuance. Looks like a trip to D.C. is in order (as soon as our business is off the ground and making some money for us).I keep thinking I see a swan or crane or a beautiful lily within the eye/jaw feature, and I love the "mane". It's so mysterious and a little scary in it's wildness. Makes me want to grab hold of the mane, jump on and see what dimensions we ride off into!Humph, and you were worried about the relevance of your art. Silly girl... ;-)
This is just awesome, Tracey!It looks totally dreamlike!The antlers almost look like tree branches and the ears like growing vegetation. Love that!Sort of like a cross between an animal and a plant!Scary, intriguing, captivating, and just plain NEAT LOOKING!!-DeanP.S.: What's the name of this piece??? You left that out!
great work and a great blog. read some of your helium blog and enjoyed it too.God bless and keep up the good work
It appears to be a culmination of all your dreams, fears, hopes and experiences. With the green tendrils I wonder if it will continue to grow and morph. Perhaps this is the beginning of an evolution of visions.
Absolutely stunning. I love the organic elements mixed with the almost skeletal shapes.
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