Tuesday, November 2, 2010

STOMP on Broadway




















24x30 Oil on Canvas
Stomp is a non-traditional dance troupe (originating in Brighton, UK) that uses the body and ordinary objects to create a physical theatre performance.
If I would write a recipe for this painting, the list of ingredients would look like this: black paint, white paint.

7 comments:

Caroline Bray Art said...

The new recipe is delicious! I like how the simplicity of the black and white really accentuates your drawing skills and the composition. And interesting development indeed...

StoneFox said...

Love the black and white. Very contemporary. Very cool. Tres chic.

Ana Márquez said...

It is both, interesting and crazy ha ha, it's a joke, I love this experiment, I love too the black and white cinema, and this painting is a little like that :-)

Greetings, Miro, I've being a little ill this weeks again... My body is my enemy, ha ha. I hope you are very well!

catalixa said...

This black and white painting conjures up feelings of NYC of old, like those old BW photographs of the buildings you see as posters in cafes etc... very seductive!

Lisa Palombo said...

ooh la la, Miro! I smell a very successful series!!!! lisa

rahina q.h. said...

Miro and black and white? never thought those two were compatible... so you prove me wrong... beautifully balanced and composed piece of art!

LindaHunt said...

I am partial to black and white and I admire the difficulty of the value structure that you painted. It glitters!