Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Karin Jurick Challenge...Sounds of Silence


Here is this month's Karin Jurick challenge. Her photo was of travelers at an airport. The pattern of the floor reminded me so much of my piano that I had to move them to the keyboard. Since they seemed to be so separate and uncommunicative I named this "Sounds of Silence" 9" x 12" watercolor on 300# arches

19 comments:

Sheila said...

Dang girl...no wonder you're an award winning, International Artist magazine published artist. I'm in awe!

Diane Morgan said...

Hey Sheila..you're up late. Thanks lady. I hope we get to meet some day. I love your work..

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

This is a very clever interpretation of the challenge...congrats, it's fabulous!

Becky Drees said...

How clever! Love it!

adebanji said...

AMAZING!!!!!!Just love the title, rendition and the whole thing!

Nithya Swaminathan said...

Wow! I LOVE this! Great painting, and lovely title too.:)

dominique eichi said...

Wow, when I thought I was done finding a great entry here comes an other.
This is fabulous. I love your title too. I love making sweet sounds with all the DSFDF'ers. Blessings

Claire said...

Outstanding! This is so creative, and the lighting is wonderful. I think this just became my favorite entry for this challenge! (And the title is great too).

Tj Lev said...

Wonderful! I didn't get a chance to participate, ran out of time. But I love to watch, lurk, to see what everyone comes up with. Your interpretation is so creative and fun! Nicely done!! Tj.

SYLVIANE said...

What a imagination!it is wonderful!

Edward Burton said...

Outstanding, Diane, both conceptually and in execution. YOU are the Master.

Vern Schwarz said...

What a wonderful, fun idea Diane...Lilliputians in the 21st century. Love the title too.

Ann Gorbett said...

That floor DOES look like piano keys. Clever interpretation and wonderful execution.

Rishi Kapil said...

Its a beautiful rendition , the keys are exceptional.

V. Bridges-Hoyt said...

This is just wonderful, Diane! You have such a good eye for seeing what a painting wants to be.

Mary Jansen said...

This is one of my all time favorites of yours Diane! It's got SO much character!!!

Kaylyn said...

Funny, I thought of piano keys, too, but you had the chutzpa to do it! Very nice.

LeAnn Whitacre said...

I just had to comment on this one, too. What an incredible idea for this challenge - so simple, but so profound. I love it.

Last Cup Of Coffee said...

this is super fantastic! I never would have thought of this!