The illustrative meanderings of Bruce Gerlach
Very cool idea Bruce, and the execution is great!
I agree with Mike. I like the idea and you did a really nice job painting it.
Bruce,this is really great work. I love it. :-)
very creative work, bruce! a simple and "obvious" idea... and yet your rendering of it makes it charming and powerful...a deeper meaning here? are we losing out our precious wildlife to deforestation??(well, the sad n poignant eyes of the giraffe seems to suggest so)powerful color theme here, the golden glowing creature against a dull background... great stuff!
Mike: Thanks, Mike, although I think that some of the detail got a little blurred with the digital photo. I should have scanned and pieced it together.Jackie: Thanks you, JH, this was a fun one start to finish.Merisi: And a big thank you to you too, Merisi.Dinesh: This was a simpe idea and I'm very surprised that this hasn't been done before (but I'm glad I did it!). You're right on track with the meaning, Dinesh, and I think that this can apply to most of the environmental problems that are heading our way. Thanks for your thoughts.
yes, very cool...and surrealistic and well done.
Thanks Ana. I once considered myself a surrealist painter, but now I don't know how to classify myself, ha, ha.
Wow! Powerful, Brucie!!Luv from Texas!-Countrygirl
Thanks Sandra, I was curious as to what you thought of this one!
Very clever idea and good technique. It's like a mosaic. Come think of it, this would look really good rendered in mosaic tile... Well, it already looks very good, I just got carried away.The dried earth not good for gifaffes. But here in the southwest of the U.S., this is a common thing to see in pecan orchards between irrigations.
That is an interesting idea, doing this in mosaics and if I wasn't so lazy I would try it, ha, ha. A few years ago I had thought of tackling the medium.
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