Monday, March 06, 2006

Chasm

Another painting . This is loosley based on the Stanley Chasm. My aim was to obtain a moonlight effect without loosing the colour. In moonlight one can see very little (if any) colour

8 comments:

TeAnne said...

Beautiful work Sandra :)

Sandy said...

Thank you teanne
sandy

Frances Mackay said...

Glad you put this up Sam. I think it is brilliant. I often write about the moonlight but, you know this also reminds me of the city streets in an inner city? Interesting comments you get, I still like the fish....

Sandy said...

Thanks for looking and commenting on this one Frances.
I also felt the resemblance to inner city which was why I called it simply "Chasm"
Sandy

flicker said...

Gotta admit it looks like a womans legs up in the air waiting rigidly and
openly ... Maybe I would have called this one "'Gasm" not Chasm

Sandy said...

I can assure you it is indeed a rocky chasm...of course as the old saying goes..."each to his/her own!!"

Ruta said...

Hello Sandy,
cheking of your blog- very nice done,i like this your painting as speciale one,
best wishes,
Ruta
http://sredare.epilogue.net

Sandy said...

Thank you Ruta for those nice comments.
Cheers Sandy