Wednesday, November 5, 2008

On the Set 24"x24"

My son, the filmmaker on the set of one of his films. I must admit, this is from a small photograph of him from a web site, but I really liked the image...I think it's ok because I know the subject...I don't know who to credit the original photo to, but I will as soon as I find out.

12/6/08-So, I learned that the photographer is Patty Allen. Thanks Patty for taking such a great photo and letting me paint from this! For me, it really summed up what I saw from his filmmaking activity!

14 comments:

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

This is great - I love the monochromatic quality to it.

Sandy said...

What a great subject to paint..Love the whole composition of this!

Odd Chick said...

This is great and so edgy and mysterious!

cat's momma said...

I'll have to come back and go to your older posts when I have time...but I loved everything I saw on this page while looking at it tonight! Your colors are wonderful!

Paula Villanova said...

Thanks Ladies,I guess the equipment pictured is a sound boom and a camera of sorts...I'll have to ask him. It was great watching the crew work on one of the shoots. Another whole art form.

Margaret Ann said...

Thisis wonderful... a treasure! :)

Paula Villanova said...

Thanks Margaret Ann for stopping by my blog; I had an opportunity to visit yours yesterday and I love your work!

Sylvia Jenstad said...

I agree... this is an amazing painting... very cool

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

beautifully cropped and love the tonal-ness.

Camille LaRue Olsen said...

Paula, this one really is especially wonderful. It is my screensaver for a second day now. Odd Chick is right, it's so edgy and mysterious, I just stare at it to try and figure out how you got that feeling. It's fantastic.

Paula Villanova said...
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Paula Villanova said...

Wow, Camille! I'm really honored! I really liked the subject matter and I guess that made the difference.

Peggi Habets said...

Great painting. I love how you kept it simple. I think it is a powerful piece because you left out the unnecessary details. Myabe having a small photo was a good thing. Very nice. Thanks for dropping by my blog and for the kind comment.

Paula Villanova said...

Thanks for stopping by Peggi!