Wednesday, November 20, 2013

JOURNAL BOOK PAINTINGS


These are my Journal book paintings of the last weeks. I am thinking of trying a larger size, but I am so afraid! :-(



This one was sketched in a hurry and frenzy while listening to a speedy very rhythmical trek in our son's new album

















Yes, with that one I stole a bit from Klee.

Zoom in - if you like. :-)

9 comments:

Eva said...

Das gibt es nicht noch mal: So fröhlich-bunt und kindlich in der äußeren Form und so hintergründig in der Aussage. Du wirst noch mal groß rauskommen.

Bob Bushell said...

Wow, they are beautiful, really turned turn well, Yael, you're a genius.

Smilla said...

Die Farben- und Formenpracht ist einfach gewaltig! supppppper❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Beim ersten Bild müsste ich an den Kleien Prinzen denken... So nach dem Motto, mit dem ❤️-en sehen....
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Dawn of LaTouchables said...

They are all so different and interesting, Yael. Beautiful BEAUTIFUL--do not be afraid to experiment with size, you can always go back to the smaller size.

Isn't it amazing how music influences you (me, everyone)? Your gift with colors and lines is enormous, and I have a big smile on my face looking at this happy and exciting work.

Irmtraud Kesselring said...

Yael, wunderbar die Motive und Farben. Ich bin resstlos begeistert.
Einen schönen Restabend wünscht Dir
Irmi

Lori Plyler said...

Afraid??? Why so? You are incredibly talented! I'm in love with your use of color.

今、この一瞬を said...




Yaelさん、こんにちわ。

素敵な景色ですね。
いつも訪問してくださって有り難う御座います。

挨拶。


wanda miller said...

oh YAEL..i am yaelling! these are so wonderful! you will never ever be sorry to go big..you just learn more and it is exciting to scratch your inspirational brain this way! and like dawn said, you can always go back to small again. but the flip side: I guarantee that you wil make some wondrous discoveries! DIVE IN! we are with you (and you don't have to show anyone if you don't want to) xoxo

Pesky Cat Designs said...

Amazing work Yael! I picture these small works framed and all hung on a wall together.
You mentioned Paul Klee and I remembered that he did small works at his desk when he worked as a clerk.