Tuesday, November 11, 2008

On the Corner

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transparent watercolor 20x28 cm (approx. 8"x11")

I moved the corner to Tel Aviv and took everyone's coat off. 

Thanks to Karin Jurick for her inspiration this week!

12 comments:

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

Another good one Carol.
I miss Tel Aviv so very much.

adebanji said...

Very interesting point of view!

Erika Nelson said...

LOL clever! Very effective too!

Diane Morgan said...

Love your work, Carol. It's consistently fresh, creative and unique. Good job!

Olha Pryymak said...

that's a great take on the picture!

dominique eichi said...

What a great composition and I love the view from above. As usual very nicely done !
It's so much fun to see the different interpretations.

marcello murru said...

Dear Carol : first I hope everythink ok whit you!!!
I'm just posted a place for Israel in Sketchcrawl 21st !!We can do somethinks togheder and whit many people??
I dont' care about the location,but is already 3 times I'm solo , This time hope no!!
even like we say in Italy "chi fa per se ,fa per tre!!" is : to do lonley do for 3!!
Think about it
many regards
and you kill me whit this fantastic acquarello!!!

marcello

hissnhowl said...

I love the unique perspective - as always I'm so inspired by your work each week and look forward to seeing what you will do!

Bill Gavin said...

Carol--thanks for your comments. Your interpretation of Karin's photo is refreshing.

Leora said...

Love the colors and angle of this painting.

Carol Feldman said...

Thank you all for your thoughtful comments!
@Irit...it won't be long now!

Lots of comments about the perspective. I don't know what it is, but I have lots of paintings from this angle. Maybe because it causes the lines to point into the painting? My husband says it is because I am short and it makes me feel tall.

laureline said...

Carol, I love this one so much. It is strong and fresh and vivid. I would give anything to have done it myself! Beautiful.