Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Stick No Bills

Watercolor on Paper
15 x 20 in.
SOLD

Hey...No one came up with some suitable titles for my last painting except Nithya!
Seems that most of you skipped the text part in my last post :(

27 comments:

  1. Wow. Yet another amazing piece of work. I like how the red contrasts with the muted colours of the foreground. And of course, your bold treatment of the bicycle is stunning. Great work.

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  2. hermosa obra..!! un abrazo desde Argentina
    http://pintarmatiz.blogspot.com

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  3. Wow! That's beautiful, love that red :)

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  4. Very nice work! Beautifull light!! :)

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  5. This one is a nice painting...

    I think the last painting was too mesmerizing for most of us to go read the text... couldn't get my eyes off the painting...

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  6. A very effective background and your bicycle though looking so casual, must have been a lot of work!

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  7. Love that bold splash of red...excellent!

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  8. très belle peinture - les couleurs sont magnifiques !

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  9. Thank you all, your kind comments are so appreciated :)

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  10. Very striking painting.The red is dominant, but doesn't overwhelm the bicycle and foreground.
    I think we all read your previous post, but maybe couldn't come up with a title. All that came into my head was "Calm Reflections". Have you seen the titles of my paintings? Mine are so non creative, I hesitate to offer names for others :)

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  11. Wonderful painting. STriking combo of red and white. How did you do the spokes of the wheel? Is it gouache? It seems lovely.

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  12. Thanks Catherine!
    So now I know the reason why you didn't suggest a title :)
    Sometimes I just get stumped for an apt title!

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  13. Thanks Vinayak!! Yes, I used opaque white for the spokes.

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  14. Your bicycles are always alluring! This one has a blazng background, still it stands out! Great work.

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  15. Very very nice,you are a great artist.
    Very greetings from Switzerland

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  16. Ramesh!

    But what does "stick no bills" mean? What does that phrase on the wall refer to?

    The fire-reds and other warm tones just 'pop' in this painting!

    -Dean

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  17. An amazing painting Ramesh! Love the colours and as always, love the way you do bicycles.

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  18. Azucena, thank you very much for visiting my blog and appreciating my work!

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  19. Dean,
    Thanks a lot for your kind words! In India, 'stick no bills' generally means that one shouldn't stick any posters on wall :)

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  20. Liz,
    Thank you very much for liking my work...always :)

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  21. Love the reds!
    Titles are tough aren't they!
    (Bikes Allowed?) lol.

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  22. Hi Liz,
    Thank you for your comment!Yeah, bikes are allowed :)

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  23. Ramesh, stupendous work!
    congrats!

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