i love this image so much larry. the detail is amazing, and the feel the lighting gives me just takes me back to my childhood holidays on farms. a lovely, moving picture
poignant and wonderful
there are no words to describe how i feel while looking at your art - i just sit here in silence enjoying the wonders that you create............. thanks for sharing your visions, and taking me with you on the journey through your wonderland...
The colors are so poignant, and I love the way you used the terrain to bring all the attention to the subject.
Ever sence I was 12, I have been drawn to fantisy and it's artwork, and have been amazed and delighted by what I have seen. My teen years where full of books magazines, and pictures, manny of which was your artwork, which where inspired by the stories that they where ment to represent. Every peice held hints to what the story told, and to it'self, was a story told in a moment. This one does the same, her expression, the stark landscape before her, and the path that leads her too it, it is all a story, and one, with enough imagination can see it.I think that this is one of your better works, and I am truily amazed. The detail you have put into that one expression upon her face. You can see her personality in it, from the cupie doll like mouth, to eyes that seem intently looking at, or thru you. I think it is a wonderful peice of work, and I am glad to see more and more work comming from you that still seems to hold me in awe.
Can we please not be so closed minded about what makes a fantasy picture? We none of us know what is in the jar-- the striking expression and the mystery about it makes this piece seem witchy and mystical to me. I'm thrilled it's part of Epilogue. Well. Except that I'm jealous of extraordinary talent.
The fantasy part is a kid that age carrying a jar that big around. By the look on her face it appears that Thursday gave her a whoopin' before being asked to carry it.
An absolutely stunning picture but I too was wondering where the fantasy or science fiction element was.
Really wonderful image Larry, the composition, colors and rendering are all first rate. I can't see how this qualifies as a fantasy or sci-fi piece though. Just wondering...
OK scary littl girl.....put down the cookie jar and and nobody gets hurt!
I agree with Marley...as fantastic and detailed as your fantasy stuff always is...this one has an eerie simplicity (and great compostion and control to not fill in the white area).
This was always my favorite of all your works. The expression on her face haunts you. Just an absolutely beautiful painting.
By far the best piece in your gallery. beautifull work!.
Wowsers, that is a really gripping, poignant image. Strikingly beautiful.
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