Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Multifarious Landscape.


One of the real pleasures of inconsequential painting, is that one can simply amuse oneself doing what one enjoys the most.

Going out into the woods with paint and canvas, or even pen and paper, then taking the minimum of time and effort on a quick job is extremely liberating.


The finished products mean nothing to anyone but myself, and without the freedom of this blog they would stay 100% unviewed.


The symbolism is basic, the 'colour' monotone, and the image somewhat calligraphic.


Welcome to the world of inconsequence, Cro-style.



18 comments:

  1. What is it you are painting on - it looks like paper made from tree bark or something. Are these just prelim sketches.

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    1. They were torn squares of cotton duck canvas that I primed with white emulsion. I take a load with me and scribble.

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  2. I know what you mean. Somtimes I feel that my blogging in English is inconseqence but as long as I enjoy it who cars,

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    1. In case we don't speak before tomorrow, may I wish you a happy Rosh Hashanah.

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    2. Thank you Cro. Holidays makes me a little beat nervous somtimes so I guess I'll be here early in the morning as usual. au revoir.

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  3. I hope you had your beret on when you did these

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  4. Spontaneous drawing, you can't beat it.

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  5. Only a true artist can do that …… they would look great in really large mounts, framed and all three hung together…. they're excellent.
    XXXX

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  6. I rather like the world of inconsequence Cro - the shapes, the lines - would like to see all three framed side by side but I suspect you will never do that. However, I also suspect that you will store those lines for future use.

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    1. They will probably be scaled up to 'big'.

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  7. I love them and covet them! Sigh. If they ever hit eBay, let us know!

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  8. I love freedom of expression. I like them very much. Deb

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  9. I would like to see more of your art Cro.

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    1. If you enter the words 'studio shot' into my search strip (top left), there are a few bad photos there.

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  10. Just had a peek at 'studio shot'. Your work is very good.

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  11. I like that. It's given me some linocutting ideas!

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