Friday, June 18, 2010

"Dayglow"

8 x 8"
oil on masonite
sold

Included in the grouping of 8 Squared, a scene from Mulberry Street in New York City's Little Italy, where outdoor diners were tucked underneath a row of glowing, yellow umbrellas.

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7 comments:

Caroline Bray Art said...

And glowing they certainly are! Once again the colour is bursting off the canvas. Love the super-stylish lady on the right. Great stuff! Best wishes for the show opening tomorrow!

Cristina Dalla Valentina said...

I love the way this umbrella forms a yellow t-shape with the wall behind, and the yellow reflections on the waiter's shirt. All the best for the 8 Squared show!

Scott Parker said...

I didn't think it was possible but it seems you are getting better and better. You have always amazed me but lately it seems you have moved to another level.I love it. Best wishes on the show.

Marian Fortunati said...

I love your point of view and your wonderful notan!!

Linda Popple said...

The light in this scene is awesome! I especially like the waiter and his white shirt with reflected yellow from the umbrella.

All the best for the 8 Squared Show!!

AutumnLeaves said...

I love this one. Great job with the sunlight through the umbrella and the reflection on the waiter's shirt. Makes me wish I was out to eat at this lovely outdoor cafe!

D. Scott Semple said...

And to think that YOU saw it, (and painted it), on Mulberry Street! You really are marvelous!! Thanks for the amazing images.