"art is a verb"
love your mountain, I think I know the one!! LOL!! you did such a great job of capturing it here and the wax makes it look as dreamy as it does in real life! wonderful and ARCHES too!!! xox
MAY i WALK INTO THE HEART OF YOUR MOUNTAIN THRU THOSE GLOWING ARCHES IN THE BOTTOM PICTURE? INTRIGUING!LYLE
Beautiful soft looking. :)Bea
when I clicked on the photos to enlarge them you could see the warm layers of the bees wax ... gives such a creamy, dreamy feel ...
I have to echo the previous comments of "dreamy". That is what I immediately thought when looking at these beautiful works!
the oil sticks with wax look very like encaustic paints. lovely effect.
Absolutely striking. Totally captured by your colors, flowing, flowing...
thank you all
Wafty ... etheric .... out of this world.
Wonderful hues and nuances here, Neva! Reminds me of Georgia O'Keefe's works -- keep on going -- unless your arm wearies -- Helen Frankenthaler once said -- "I felt the painting in my arms" -- !!!
Dear Neva, i love how you love your mountainhere with softer colors and misty feelingthe beeswax toobeautiful renderingsand have a beautiful dayroxanne
These are wonderful! Just had to stop in and say so!!jeanne:)
The top piece makes me feel comfort and peace. Lovely softness to it. I like the energy in the bottom paintings.
I too have my 'own' mountain and I know how lucky we are to have one to identify with. I love the warmth of your painting!
Beautiful, expressive color work and soft soothing imagery. Your blog is a soulful retreat. I look forward to visiting again!
I can't believe I missed this! thank goodness for Google Reader! amazing amazing amazing! I love this! so vibrant so alive just humming with power :)
I'm am stunned by those paintings. Beautiful as ever. I love the display of colors.-Hardwood floors installation