What a lovely entanglement! I like your style-- very contemporary but with clear roots in traditional ink painting.
Hi, Sasa, I went to the link that you left me. (Rossichka told me the same as you) is likely, women are great artists, relegated by machismo. Art, as other human disciplines, was always in the hands of men. It is not correct, would be good news to know that women were the first artists on earth.OK. I missed you, Sasa, you were walking in your country? Welcome back, you have returned showing an excellent painting!!good week for you! :))))♥
Thank you Roberto. I was in Finland AND after that started a new job. Busy but finally adjusted to the new (busier) schedule.
A beautiful drawing with a tender (although black) clover- that's what I see. A clover, entangled in its dreams of winds and seasons...:0)
Oh, you have a soul of a poet Rossichka, beautiful words...
Sasa, I've missed your Asian fabulous works. I love this one. The grasses, the clover, the weeds, and the wind that entangles it all. Very beautiful!
Thanks Paula! I was about to throw this work away, now I am happy I didn't, I like your interpretation :-)
Sasa, when you are about to toss your work out, could you first ask permission to your devoted blog readers?! (This isn't a question). :-)
Hmmm, you would be overloaded by requests to throw work away... ;-P
Ahhh love this!Recently I got inspired by your work and bought some (cheap and probably nasty but they will do for now) chinese calligraphy brushes :)
You did? I would like to see your brush paintings at some point.
Yesss! :) But I think you might need to wait a little before I post anything up ;) I am very busy with Christmas preparations at the moment (I know it sounds crazy)
Love it Sasa...I bought some cheap Chinese painting brushes a while back..also inspired by YOU!
You also need to post some brush work. Have you tried rice paper too?
O Sasa, this is wonderful. This great bushy bunch! I feel a jungle atmosphere or a meadow with high weeds and grasses, wind blowing through. There is speed in your lines, like you are impatient to join the blogworld again. I hope your new job leaves you time to paint! Glad you are back! Love, Hedwig.
Thanks Hedwig! Luckily ink painting is a quick technique so being impatient and having very little time is not a serious drawback. (Actually I find myself concentrating more and producing better work now when time is more precious.:-) )
Je reprends un commentaire qui s'est évanouit dans la blogosphère :Nous vivons tous des périodes où le temps semble nous échapper et manquer, alors que ce temps est constant. Ces périodes sont propices à des créations où nous contrôlons moins ce que nous faisons mais cela donne parfois de beaux résultats comme ici, chère Sasa. D’inspiration japonisante, cette forêt impénétrable nous laisse un peu d'espoir sur ton avenir, car une vraie clarté provient de l'horizon, qui nous dit que ces temps troublés sont dépassés.Bien à toiRoger
This is a great intepretation. Thanks Roger!
This is beautiful Sasa! Delicate and intense all at once!
Hi, dear Sasa!Oh. I missed you, I assumed you were in another country. traveling. I hope you feel well, I guess you've gone online shortly!Ha Ha, you made me laugh, the bird on the 28th, is drinking "mate", You know, what is "mate" in Argentina we drink "mate"look at this:http://spe.fotolog.com/photo/30/60/77/desy_mdq/1230069863765_f.jpgor this:http://www.lajaula.com.py/attachments/images/bde934013e30c07ba8ed6b6e4ab34e49f7ff46f8.jpegor this:http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-xBCUNuLuB-c/TlECtVFHKKI/AAAAAAAADcg/MqySMwmGg4w/s1600/01mate_tomando.jpgis an infusion, made with "yerba" (similar to tea) My bird is drinking mate :)OK. Do you want some mate??? :)))Take care of yourself! Sasa!!!! ♥
Sasa, thanks for your comments! Your work must be busier than expected, I think. I hope you will soon post a beautiful brushy flower. This blog is so silent! Wish you all the best! Hedwig.