Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Cynthia Large: Fabulous Artwork

I am dabbling in egg tempera. I came across this fabulous artist, Cynthia Large.

I've got little time to write right now, but please check her out! I've never seen anything like her combination of work with brass,wood and egg work. She is Gifted.

Today I made a huge step in Growth. There is a dress that I love at a boutique. I knew I'd never find it on Ebay and the outfit is scrumptious. I put it on and ta-da! It accentuates my assets and makes my negatives look positive. It's not cheap. I can spend $120 on the dress or $120 towards an investment in egg tempera pigments. I chose the pigments. It was hard. Maybe I will paint myself in the pretty outfit. . .

4 comments:

Emperor Ropi said...

for me chefs are the most gifted people.

Steve said...

I thought you were going to just paint an outfit on you.

steve said...

Ms. Large is is sort of a pre-pre-Raphaelite--her style is very medieval. I liked Fanny Mendelssohn's Clavichord. It reminded me that I wanted to do a post on the pre-Raphaelite painting "I am Half-Sick of Shadows" by John William Waterhouse.

I'm glad you bought the pigments instead of the dress.

Steve W. of the "Three I" states

Palm Springs Savant said...

hey she has some great stuff, very talented! thanks for the tip