Thursday, May 19, 2011

portico - assisi






































"Portico - Assisi"
Thomas W. Schaller
20X14 inches
19 May 2011

22 comments:

  1. So much nicer than in FB I can appreciate your skillful design and execution!

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  2. Wow,breathtaking!Skillfully designed,composed and executed.Poetry transformed into a painting.Bravo!

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  3. Wonderful! I'm going to put it on my blog www.amantesdelaacuarela.blogspot.com like an example of a fantastic watercolor. You are invited to join us, sorry for my english, I´m spanish, Nuria.

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  4. Wow...super WOW! awesome light...as always Tom!

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  5. Love the lights and the shadows. Great composition.

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  6. Gran atmosfera y muy buena composicion ,enhorabuena.Un saludo.

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  7. I can't thank you all enough for the generous and kind comments. I've been experimenting a lot lately with ways to establish depth and perspective with layers of value and focus - and of course, with my continued obsession with 'lost and found' edges. All best wishes, Tom

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  8. Es siempre un placer contemplar sus trabajos, gracias.

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  9. Tremendous contrast!Great art, Thomas.

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  10. Beautiful painting, Tom...love the values you always show us. It would be impossible to pick out a favorite.

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  11. Thanks so much Mollie , Arti, and Francis. I really appreciate your generous comments - All my best wishes, Tom

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  12. striking tom ..beautiful contrast with the crisp white and softness ..the only thing that catches my eye is the column on the rhs of the screen ..which gives the impression of curving slightly at the base ... not that it matters...ciao jane

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  13. Fantastic!! A real eye opener!

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  14. Very beautiful

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  15. Fabulous painting with amazing crispness!

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  16. i can't thank you all enough for so many terrific comments and insights. thank you all so much! cheers, tom

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  17. The Italian medieval architecture gains other dimension by the hands of Thomas Schaller.

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  18. The Italian medieval architecture gains other dimension by the hands of Thomas Schaller.

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