Wednesday, May 26, 2010

More.

Here is some more work from the show.

"Pansies on a Table"
12 x 16"

"Headstones"
6 x 9"

"Winter House"
15.5 x 22"

"Sunlit Rocks"
9 x 12"

"Summer Flowers"
18 x 19.5"

"Roadside Tree"
15 x 27"

"A Pale House in Winter"
7 x 9"

This is portrait practice for when I start marketing that aspect of my work.
22 x 25"

13 comments:

Jesus Estevez said...

Great work, every one of them,who is the artist?

danny robbins said...

Jesus, I am the artist.

Candace X. Moore said...

Beautiful, Daniel. I like how you don't subordinate anything. It's all important...value, shape, edge, and color. Everything is working.

RUDHI - Chance said...

Your LIGHT is wonderful!

Jesus Estevez said...

just jocking Danny, I know you are the artist, and I think that your work is really inspiring.

Rendez said...

wow danny, pretty amazing. Nice portrait too, are you going to start incorporating figures into your landscapes?

danny robbins said...

Jesus, Candace, and Rudhi - thanks.

Rendez, I'm working on it. Eventually I'll post some drawings that are part of the process work for the figure work.

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Wowee. Love your work... There's a glorious crispy quality to the color and the edges. Grays and neurtrals work so beautifully as well. Keep 'em coming. I will be back soon.

Brooke Olivares said...

loving the snowscapes!!!!!! I live the one with the large foreground leading to the house and tree line, great composition!

James Martin said...

Really beautiful work!! - http://jamesmartinstudio.blogspot.com/

sarah meredith said...

beautiful portrait and the landscapes are very strong as well.

Julia Hodges said...

Awesome new work, I really like "Summer Flowers" !! It was really nice to see you and Kenny in KC.

Ingrid Christensen said...

I just happened upon your work and am so glad to have found it. It's spectacular. I really enjoy the quirky views and dark psychological undertones.