Wednesday, December 30, 2009

"Flute and Roses" --- Sold

This one took me three days to paint. I feel happy that the painting does not show much of over work. This year went by so fast. Now we are at the end of it. As a painter, I feel very lucky, because painting helped me "freeze" the time. Every painting I did is a milestone. It reminds me what I was thinking at the moment I was creating that image. When we are getting old, our physical memory does not work as well as we were young. We hardly remember what we did yesterday. However, if you are a painter, you can archive your life so vividly. I am really blessed.

7 comments:

RUDHI - Chance said...

Its a contemporary masterpiece to me! Happy new Year! Full of music, literature and last but not least PAINTING:)

Anita Tresslar said...

Absolutely beautiful. Great job on the flute. Happy New Year.

Jimmie said...

Another masterpiece! As always, I am anxious to see your next painting. Your writings are always interesting and reflective of the life of an artist. Thanks for sharing.

Teresa said...

Stunning, simply stunning!

gaurishankar said...

Hi Quiang wish you happy and prosperous new year.i like your thoughts,tips and explanation of your painting.its really worth me a lot to visit your blog.expecting lot more amazing works and talk from you in year 2010.

J Nocifora said...

Such a beautiful painting! Yes, the year has passed quickly! I feel that my painting has progressed so much this year and I look forward to even more challenges and more painting in the New Year. Recently had a successful show at the Botanic Gardens here in Memphis.
Special wishes for a healthy and prosperous New Year to you and your family! Warm regards, Judy Nocifora

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