Turquoise in Fugue


This painting has been in the making for months and every now and then I  do something new to it. Finally I redid it one more time.


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About silvia

I am an experimental abstract artist. I have been painting for many years and show at Village Framer in Waynesville, NCI have been in many juried shows and have a solo show.to be featured in the coming . I am represent a gallery in Waynesville,NC, Please click gallery262@gmail.com to view more paintings and/or purchase art. I also give classes in experimental art at a local gallelry, Mountain home , Waynesville,NC. I exhibit through Art Quench Galleries in Sun Valley, Calif. and through Contemporary FIne Arts International as well as through my word press blog. I recently won recognition in an Orlando, Fla. library show given by Women In The Arts .

10 responses to “Turquoise in Fugue”

  1. ĽAdelaide says :

    there is something about this I really like…. a bit different from your usual work. it’s beautiful as well. xx

    • rlte says :

      Thanks for all your comments. Happy you like the pieces. I have started to pay more attention to composition and am studying a book called Watercolor by Design by Marianne K. Brown. She uses the grid and from the grid you can come with designs. It is good because you don’t always have to depend on chance.You don’t have to only use watercolors. You can use other media in the designs. Have a great Sunday. Love,Silvia 



  2. Rosemary says :

    This is pretty Silvia. Wonder if you were listening to Bach or Beethoven while you worked on this piece?

  3. burgessart says :

    Silvia…..so much to discover in this work….wonderful!

  4. burgessart says :

    Silvia…….a word of caution on using the grid…….you don’t need to “design” better paintings…..just “express” your feelings which you do so well. When we start to design we “think” rather than feel. Just continue expressing your beautiful self. Robert

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