Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Maggie's Goat- SOLD


Well it's been a while! Here is a new piece and possibly a bit of a new direction.

13 comments:

Márcio Rocha said...

I love your work. Congratulations.
Adoro teus trabalho. Parabéns.
M. Rocha - Brasil

Dani Brandimarte said...

Ooh, I love it! Did you piece this together or was there an actual goat involved? I'm trying to imagine a goat in the studio. Hmmm, can't imagine that being too easy. Can't wait to see what's next!

silvina said...

Excellent! "A new direction", involving farm animals? We must be on a similar wave length.

WBEckertStudio said...

WOW! i love this. it has a very nice formal, understated air to it....and then there is the goat!

intriguing composition and color...can't wait to see more in the "new direction"!!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

You have painted a great story here.

sandra flood said...

Wow thanks everyone I thought it might be a bit too quirky but the piece has gotten a great response and it sold the day I finished it. Maybe I am on to something.

Dani, the goat did not make it to the studio but I made it to a very lovely farm, Peaceful Valley Orchards (believe it or not, there are a lot of farms in this part of NJ) and took some photos of their goats.

WALTER TOSCANO said...

HI SANDRA.

I HAVE LINKED YOU IN MY BLOG OF PAINTINGS.

SEE YOU SOON.

W. K. Moore said...

Let's hear it for goats and old tin cans. Nicely done...

william wray said...

Funny and well done. A skillful balance of old school drawing/ painting and bit of cartoonishness. Charm is a tough balance and you do it easily here.

WALTER TOSCANO said...

THIS WORK IS EXCELLENT .

SEE YOU THEN.

I HAVE LINKED YOU IN MY BLOG.

Leslie Sealey said...

What a cool painting! I hope you do some more of these; quirky is good. : )

A.Decker said...

Love it. Goats rule, and there's so much character in this piece.

Anonymous said...

Your paintings happily remind me of the charm, beauty, and quirkiness of Cirque du Solei.