Monday, November 9, 2009

Reading 12"x16" Oil on Panel
























A book is a perfect companion in crowded subway car. If you ask me, the book "All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten" by Robert Fulghum would be my first choice. As one critic said: "It is interesting how much of it applies not only to individuals, grown or small, but even to nations." Yea, like clean up your own mess!
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7 comments:

Don Coker said...

Nice work, Miro. Good to see you doing some figurative work.

Didi Menendez said...

Oh Miro - this is a nice change!

We will have to feature you again when you have some more figures done.

Art with Liz said...

Your paintings are really incredible - I enjoyed going through your posts.

Dean H. said...

Wonderful figurative, Miro! He appears very engrossed in his book. Great color and paint handling.

FCP said...

Wonderful painting and excellent quote/advice! I like that book, too.
Faye

Kathy said...

Hi Miro, This is a strong painting. Great design and wonderful gesture. It has interest and I think the subway series is a terrific idea!

The Old Nail said...

I see Vermeer in this painting, and I think that your treatment of light and colour in all of your work has that jewel like quality that is often attributed to that great master. Great work!