Ancient Powers by blueunicorn

Ancient Powers

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Added: Feb 03, 2003
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Ancient Celtic powers at work.

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archeon's picture

I was viewing your gallery and this really stood out... not because it was dark, but because the effective contrasts of light and shadow... I'd like to see your take on the unicorns running from the storm...

blueunicorn's picture

This painting is strickly for the viewer. They are to take whatever they need from it. I can only say that I had a powerful urge to paint this.

Guest's picture

Is there a deeper meaning behind this? It's very beautiful, either way.

blueunicorn's picture

Yet this is such a small painting that there is hardly any detail to it at all. Perhaps I'll do more of this size. Thanks Katy, I really like using a limited palette.

k-t-roo's picture

i like that pic, theres something very mystical about it, i love the ligtning too. i find work of only one colour to have so much more depth sometimes. love it

blueunicorn's picture

Thanks Dragan. Yes, it is quite different. Sometimes we need a change. I have a few more to paint along this line. I guess my storms are piling up inside me.

feral's picture

Quite different from your other work but still FANTASTIC!

blueunicorn's picture

Thanks Chris. The compliment is much appreciated.

christar's picture

Great stuff, powerful composition.

blueunicorn's picture

Thanks Harmony. I've had this one in my mind for a while and thought I'd just do a small canvas of it.

Guest's picture

Lovely work as always Marilyn Smile. I like this different style of yours. Those brush strokes are great. Very nice.

blueunicorn's picture

I wonder....have I hurt my image? Lol.

blueunicorn's picture

Yes Patrick, the painting is 4" x 5" stretched canvas. But I should have painted it on masonite. The details would have been much better.

Guest's picture

Hey...this is really different for you. I like the "dark side" of Marilyn Alice Boyle! Smile

megaflow's picture

That's a nice little piece - good limited palette. Is the original very tiny? cool.

Art at its best.