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Friday, December 4, 2009

"Color's Birth" by Pennsylvania Daily Painter Pat Koscienski


"Color's Birth"
7" x 5"
Acrylic
"Color's Birth" is an abstract painting rich in violets and yellow, and inspired by the Stoney Creek Iris farm this past summer. It is done in acrylics and on canvas. This painting will be exhibiting in the minature show at Gallerie 13, 13 East Main Street, Mechanicsburg, PA during the month of December. If interested in purchasing, contact Terry Kennedy at 717-591-6940
Free wine and cheese reception on Friday, December 4, 2009 from 6 - 9:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Bring a friend and have a great evening.

7 comments:

Tatiana Myers said...

Pansies ?... I think it is color of blue pansies! :-)

Pat Koscienski said...

I should have put the horizontal picture on also, Tanya, and given you another perspective. Pansies are good. The little yellow ones pop for me, but the color of irises and with the yellow centers were the inspiration.

Tatiana Myers said...

Hmmm!... You know what... IF you would turn it the other way around, yes, I probably would think "Iris"! :-)But...wait a second... no, still pansies! :-)))

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

Pat, I saw this at Gallerie 13 tonight at the reception for the Miniatures show, and it is even more beautiful IRL. I have some dutch iris that are this shade of blue with the yellow beards, and they are one of my favorites!

AutumnLeaves said...

Pat, I am enjoying immensely your range of abilities, as well as your fine sense of color. It is interesting to know that abstract pieces are often inspired (I honestly did not know that). I occasionally see Claire (above) throughout comments and keep trying to find her blog! (Do you know if she has one as well?) At any rate, hope the wine, cheese, and showing all went well last night!

Pat Koscienski said...

Claire, it was so good to see you last night. Two receptions on the same night was a lot of good art to take in at one time. But the crowds of people in enjoying the works made it even more worthwhile.

Pat Koscienski said...

Autumn, thank you so much for your comments. There is the objective abstracts, that start with an object and that object is abstracted. Sometimes that is a little easier than nonobjective, when you have nothing in mind but emotion, color, texture, & composition....
Claire Beadon Carnell website is under my favorite links and her blog is under my blog list. She also contributes to Daily Painters of Pennsylvania. She puts the a b in the clairebcarnell.blogspot You will enjoy her work immensely.