Monday, 16 March 2009

Wood Blue

Wood Blue was originally drawn in a purple oil pastel. Finding repeat patterns in leaves and organic forms is something that I find helpful when building compositions. This drawing is A4 in size, the electric blue base note sets off the hot colours.

Wood Blue (above) oil pastel and ink A4.

6 comments:

Breeze said...

This is fabulous. I LOVE this, so far it's my favourite!

Breeze

A Cuban In London said...

Copying from nature? You're the man, mate! This is a blue that craves to be caressed. I am a blue man, by the way (and black and grey). Many thanks for such a fantastic pressie for my eyes. The patterns are magnificent.

Greetings from London.

Polly said...

This is a visual treat indeed, this intense blue still manages to be very soothing... I love it.

gaffergirls.com said...

good mo Luke..
pop in for a visit
& feel the love
mona & the girls...
you give us inspiration.

gutsche said...

This one is my favourite for sure!

Jenny said...

I used to hate the color blue. Now decades later I have learned I enjoy it especially with red. This piece is very vibrant...I like!~