Roses for Dory by leeseed

Roses for Dory

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Added: Oct 07, 2004
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14"x11" ink and pastel combination on Bristol

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Guest's picture

this is a masterpice i love it i do art work on wood and im going to do this on wood and i will send u a pic of it my name frankie roberts u can see some of my work on my space just look me up

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I had a question about this piece. Is she supposed to have only one breast? The neck piece would suggest that the breast seen is her left, and nothing seems to be showing on the right.

leeseed's picture

Awwwwwwww thank you hon, the medium I choose to work in is often ridiculed by most...never have been one to do work in the typical mainstream mediums, I enjoy achiving new hights with pastels and watercolors! Thank you for your praise, have an awesome day!

leeseed's picture

Thank you for all your wonderful comments, I would have to say one of my biggest influnces is Alphonse Mucha and the art Nouveau style, you will notice it alot in my work. But thank you for noticing!

rita's picture

Lee, this is gorgeous! Just try also some Pastel -- and WOW, you handle it perfectly! Looking for MORE!!! Her necklace is stunning!

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Overall, this is a gorgeous piece, great attention to detail (and the amount of it). Two little problem areas...the face seems a little too cartoony (for example, just a white area for teeth) and the armature on her chest doesn't seem to coincide with the viewpoint we are seeing of her upper body (that is, it should be turned more away from us, in the direction she is facing).

joanna79's picture

Welcome to Epilogue,Lee!
What first struck me when I saw your paintings were the beautiful vibrant colours! The way you make the hair stand out on your characters is stunning, a bit like Art Niveau, just with lots more action and attention to deatils! I'll look forward to seeing some more work...Bye!

Art at its best.