art in oils
she exudes a quiet confidence,comfortable in her own skin. the light is stunning, bright and soft at the same time-a lovely portrait.~robert
thank you robert for your thoughts on this. I didn't expect any visitors to my blog as i have not been able to post for a long time. i appreciate it. r.
Rahina!I love your art work. You are so very talented. Great emotion in everything you do!Michael
thank you Michael for your kind thoughts. i think it is like a sandwich: you start with the emotion; you move into the technique and then you finish it off with emotion... that is how it works for me and i give my everything to it.
Very nice skin tones Rahina, affected obviously by the reflected whites of the table cloth. I cannot remember what it looked like before so can't compare but I think it is a very successful painting now.
thank you Sheila...there have been quite a few changes made but as you know we continually do this until someone takes the paitnign away from us ;)
It looks great, Rahina. Nice to have you back in blogland.
thank you Don, it's good to be back... :) I love the work you have been doing recently Don and the mural is amazing!
Beautiful handling of the light across the body and through the glass, the reflected light on the cheek. The shadow on the wall gives her real 3D presence. Such an engaging glance that you captured with great subtlety, Rahina.
thank you Harry, appreciate your thoughts on this painting. it was one which has been quite a a challenge and there are passages i think i may still change... it is a work in progress...
She's lived! I can only imagine the stories she'd tell over a pint - if she trusted you.
haha! you have seen an aspect of her character that i think she would be pleased you noticed too! thank you for stopping by and taking the time to leave your thoughts.
thank you for taking the time to give me feedback on my post. it is much appreciated:)