At the Moulin Rouge, 1897
Size: 28 3/4” × 23 1/2”
The stunning interpretation from the progression of the base to the dried plant material creates a clever design.
The balance is effected ever so slightly by the leaning of the ring and kale.
A peek behind the curtain
Interior, c. 1893
Size: 35 5/8” × 30 3/4”
Great interplay of color and form create a dynamic outstanding rhythmic design.
Wind at full strength sailor's delight...
The Regatta at Antwerp, 1906
Size: 22 3/4” × 31 1/4”
Fanciful choice of plant material reflects the activity in the painting.
The multitude of colors and shapes of plant material prohibit a focal area.
Darling, pour me an apertif. I am feeling dizzy from the day's activities.
Woman in a Purple Coat, 1937
Size: 31 7/8” × 25 3/4”
The flirtatious use of color reflects the painting.
Too many elements compete for dominance.
Relaxing and Reclining wrapped in folds of blue!
Maurice de Vlaminck
Reclining Nude, 1905
Size: 27 1/2” × 37 3/4”
The vibrant color choices create a flamboyant interpretation.
the base does not conform to schedule requirements.
In search of Kandinsky's visual symphony-colors and shapes intersect to "strike a chord."
Sketch 160A, 1912
Size: 37 3/8” × 42 1/2”
Subtle color choices and components echo the graphics in the painting which create a rhythmic interpretation.
There is a slight excess of the acrylic forms.