Saturday, February 2, 2008

Maia's Glove-SOLD



This is "Maia's Glove" , the large piece I have been working on . I have to do a bit of tweeking in the shadows but I decided to post it anyway. I am getting antsy to move onto another piece!

Maia, another really lovely young model from my very small town on the Delaware. We seem to have a ton of gorgeous young women in this community of about 1200 people!

Enjoy!

15 comments:

indiaartist said...

Very Beautiful. I like your paintings and this is one of the favorites.

sandra flood said...

Thank-you so much!

Dani Brandimarte said...

Cool! I especially love the background and the long flowy coat.

Don Gray said...

Wonderful close harmonies. Beautiful work, Sandra.

silvina said...

How elegant, the big sweep of black fabric. The Asian screen is a wonderful backdrop. Inspired.

Be careful what you say about the attractive girls in your town. You're going to have single men pouring in from all over the U.S.! ; )

Stefan Nuetzel said...

A wonderful composition and mood you painted here! Like Silvina said, your work is truly inspiring.

Ann said...

Sandra, your work is stunning. I have followed it for quite a few years now via Artspan. I admire your ability to capture human emotion, and the overall aesthetic really strikes a chord with me. Thanks so much for sharing your work. -Ann C.

maiapearl said...

you are amazing sandra!

sandra flood said...

Thank-you so much everyone!
Maia Pearl are you the Maia 's Glove?

Alvin Richard said...

Truly amazing painting. Dramatic and exotic, a modern version of Madame X, only better!

stephen erik schirle said...

great design, love the gesture of the hand aswell.

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Robin Weiss said...

This is beautiful Sandra! Very haunting and mysterious..

maiapearl said...

i am i am hehe...i feel honored to be a part of something so beautiful..keep bringing us incredible art :)

A.Decker said...

Elegant, beautiful. This one epitomises your unusual but sensitive sense of composition. And that you took longer on it is evident, by the more delicate rendering. I can't see what's left to do!

Nick said...

Whistler and Sargent collaborate at last!