I have seen your painting in so many places and I was fascinated by them. For a long time I tried to find the artist but couldn't. Now, I so excited to see that you are in deviant art. My day just become perfect.
I love all your works, you're my favorite artist after Claude Monet himself! You're so talented, I love it. Your use of materials is phenomenal-how you can pull that all off with a pallet knife. I really appreciate the depth you added by making the tall building in the back so dark and all blue. Gives the whole painting such life. Amazing work, as usual. One question- what size is this? (The actual canvas size).
This is beautiful! I love the saturation of color and how it makes the night come alive. The reflection of the light in the wet pavement gives an element of realism to your abstraction. So beautiful. It makes me want to visit.
this piece is a little different than usual because it is more detailed and less abstract, but you kept using the bright and rich colors like before. also you kept the short strokes to give the scene liveliness and energy like you always do it's a very nice change. i love how your newer paintings are more detailed. this is just me me, but i really like details and realism. in short this paiting is so beautiful it makes me want to cry please continue painting!
I am by no means an expert in painting or anything, but the way you create reflections is absolutely stunning. It shows a true understanding of value and creative distortion, and I will never understand how you give them that "glassy" feel. Your use of color is, as usual, nothing short of awe-inspiring. I don't like it quite as much as your more nature-oriented pieces, but I'm partial to them because of how well your technique works with tree leaves and branches. However, I do enjoy the "firelit" feel caused by the vivid color contrast in this piece between the muted blues and violets and the bright yellows and oranges. If I had to pick out a problem with the piece, I would say that the reflection of the lamp-post lights doesn't quite line up with some of the other reflections - for instance, compare to the reflection of the car headlights. The lamp-post light reflections are almost directly under the lamp post, which somewhat violates the perspective.
I always get excited when I see a new piece from you because I can look at one for a long time and keep discovering new details (my favorite = Misty Mood). Your technique is so unique. You will definitely leave a legacy among the great painters of our era.
(Sorry to leave such a long "critique" as a comment, I don't have a premium membership)
Oh my gosh! This is a fantastic piece of work! The colors and the the warmth from the lights and store fronts are glorious compared to the cool of the the sky overhead! The echos of color on the wet pavement are lovely too! This is amazing!!
Wow, it's gorgeous. I don't know about critiquing it, but what about putting up lessons online for us kids? I personally would love to know your technique, since it's... just wow Again, this is incredible.
Stunning feeling of colors, i lost myself travelling with the eyes in this paint. I saw cars driven by ghosts, i felt the heat of the lightbulbs and cold of the sky, i dipped my feet in the reflections, i passed among strangers and in the end i met a fairy crossing the buildings.
This is absolutely gorgeous. I love how you gave the piece movement and vibrance with the brushstrokes, but you still incorporate clear distinct forms. If I had the money I would definitely buy this beautiful painting as a print.