Daily Painting – Woman in Hat – Cubist Style

© Carolee Clark

© Carolee Clark

“Woman in Hat – Cubist Style”  sold_dot  sold
by Carolee Clark
12″ x 9″
acrylic on wrapped canvas
This is painting is in response to the new site  Oregon Daily Painter’s Weekly challenge.   The challenge was to paint a figure in a monochromatic cubism style.  It was a lot of fun to do, and I’d like to thank Pam Van Londen for putting forth this challenge.

4 responses to “Daily Painting – Woman in Hat – Cubist Style

  1. Come visit me and paint the two black Angus and one cross giving it a rich red highlights in sunlight.

  2. Bright colorful cubism gives me a sense of playfulness and at times cattle are playful like in your paintings.
    I can see three steers in back of our place. Painting them increases my enjoyment of them. last night two blue birds sat on the back of one of them. How is that for a peaceful gentle image?

  3. I see three figures and none of them are interacting with each other. So, OK, it is a lonely woman with a hat.
    I wonder why you did cubism of a figure. The cubist cattle have great strength and suit my fancy. I can read into them my own thoughts on the 20th century direction in animal husbandry culminating in not seeing cattle as animals with feelings. I see in your cattle the almost human emotions even if they are angular like things and architecture.

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