Saturday, January 20, 2007

An older painting.


Okay I've been busy illustrating and teaching so I haven't had as much time to do my own work.
Here's a painting of cafe West End I did in Vienna a few months back. I will be having a one man show of my work in Vienna in May 2007 and I'll let everyone know the details closer to the time.

10 Comments:

Blogger Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hey Andrew, I think I havenĀ“t seen this one before. This is a great one too and I am looking forward to your show here in Vienna.

You should visit my website, the "Kurse" Section, to see that I have posted our workshop.

Cheers...Nue

6:46 AM  
Blogger Robin Neudorfer said...

Beautiful color choices. Would love to see all of your work together in person. Good luck with your show.

8:30 AM  
Blogger andrew said...

Hey Stefan!! I checked out the Kurse section. Excellent!! I am up to my nose in work right now but I'll call soon.

Cheers... Andrew

7:45 PM  
Blogger andrew said...

Thanks Robin. You'll have to visit Vienna :)

I hope to have a bunch of paintings on line to see and rumour has it there is a book in the making.

Cheers... Andrew

7:47 PM  
Blogger Jennifer McChristian said...

There is warmth and solidity in this interior scene.
I love the sense of moody light and the luscious, audacious brush strokes.

6:37 PM  
Blogger C. Ousley said...

Good work here Andrew. You are right about that pen & ink drawing. Total concentration. Makes the time fly.

7:23 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

Old to you, new to us! love it I need to stop by here more. Love the feel of regular daylight, hard to make as dramatic as a night scenes, but you pulled it off well here.

11:02 AM  
Blogger andrew said...

Thanks Jennifer.
This cafe has more color than many in Vienna. I liked the tables here.

Cheers... Andrew

7:21 AM  
Blogger andrew said...

Hi c. ousley.

Sometimes I find I really need to get out my pen and draw. I think it helps me to focus.

Cheers... Andrew

7:22 AM  
Blogger andrew said...

Thanks William.

I appreciate your comments because you are a fine painter and know the difficulty light presents sometimes.

Cheers... Andrew

7:24 AM  

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