Erika Takacs wrote:Barb, they're great together. You successfully
ought tension to the first one's idyllic feel, and the title fits well.
Michael Ortega wrote:Good Work! This reminds me of the "bambi vs godzilla" cartoon from many years ago. Very close to being sequential art...you just need a third painting showing the doe laying in a field with a distended belly with tufts of wolf fur.
bergina wrote:Hi Barb,
This comment is not based on how well you have done the painting, just the theme and direction.
OK, I’m a bit confused?
I’m not sure what to make of your latest post or recent work? For the life of me, I can’t understand why you are focusing all your tallent and effort on such a dark side of nature?
You paint such great dog works and landscapes and I enjoy viewing them.
With your latest series, the theme is just not working for me in a positive way. I personally have experienced what you are attempting to portray, different subjects but same scenario and not pretty, actually very sickening.
I guess you have touched a nerve. I just can’t get beyond the topic to subjectively give a critique about the painting. I noticed others stating that this is good and should include something like one guy stated “you need the doe with extended body and some wolf fur” or something like that. .
I have never commented on anyone else’s opinion but this just made by blood boil.
O My Gosh!
Guaranteed this guy has never seen the horrors in nature that I have abut if so, has a much different interpretation of what should be cele
ated with a
ush and some paint,
This is definitely nothing that would hang on my wall.
No offence intended and just my opinion but you really got my attention with this one.
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