Sunday, April 12, 2009

Дървета през април / Trees in April

Oil on Paper (35 x 50 cm)
© Galina Nikolova

25 comments:

daniel said...

Обичам работата си, ти оставят поздрав

Steve (My Dog Ate Art) said...

Thanks for the follow - you have some very strong work here - love the unrestrained use of colour

Mariano Zucchi said...

Hi Galina,
This is really so nice. I love the defining pinks and blue and all that is in between

Stephen Dell'Aria said...

The blossoms burst out from the canvas on this one. Nice painting Galina

L.Holm said...

I love enlarging your paintings, Galina and seeing your luscious paint application. Beautiful!

FERNANDO SABIDO SÁNCHEZ said...

gallina

encantado de conocer tus pinturas
son magníficas
un abrazo desde españa
fernando sabido

Hilary said...

beautiful work! Thanks for stopping by my site! :)

Laura J. Wellner (author pseudonym Laura J. W. Ryan) said...

Thanks for the Follow, Galina! You have lovely work with gorgeous textures and colors that make me want to stretch a fresh canvas and dig into my oil paint box and breathe deep the delightful scent of linseed oil!

Megha Chhatbar said...

This is Spring time..Colors and brightness all over..Lovely painting! BTW I have started a new blog dedicated to my sketch work — Art on Sketchbook

simoart said...

Hi
Love this landscaping. Beautiful colors and great work on oil. Keep upt the good work.

Peter Lee said...

Hi Galina,
Thank you for visiting my blog.
Your paintings are so different from other paintings that I have visited so far.
Yours are so bold and powerful!
They are young and fearless - almost arrogant (not polite)!
They are penetrating and touch my inner soul!
They are fire and ice at the same time!
Incredibly beautiful like an untamed beast!
Bravo!!!

Deborah Younglao, Silk Painter said...

Lovely capture of a breezy spring day!

calamanda said...

Hi, I am pleased for your visit. I am looking beautiful paintings in your blog.It has been a pleasure to know your posts.

Un abrazo.
CALAMANDA

Mary Paquet said...

Galina, I love this piece. Your paintings look so fresh and give me such a sense of place.

Thanks for becoming a follower of my blog. I look forward to our artistic conversations.

Annie said...

Hello Galina,
Peter Lee seems to be a good art-critic. He uses the the right vocabulary. I fully agree with what he says.

Carolann said...

This is lovely impasto and thick confident paint strokes. My son loves your work too.

Delwyn said...

Good morning Galina,
It is lovely to meet you.
I love your blossoms - like sakura on a breezy day...As it is autumn here I have to enjoy spring vicariously....
Happy Days

Jane Hunt said...

This is really beautiful - captures the feeling of spring!

Beverly Ash Gilbert said...

Fabulous spring blossoms - I want to run through the trees!

Galina Nikolova said...

Hi and thank you for sharing your thoughts.

I am really happy to meet some new mates in this painted space. And of course thanks to all friends who support me from the very beginning:)

There are different kinds of approach to any painting and every time it is completely different. Sometimes they just get to me and I have to paint them, and every time they get roughly expressive and i leave them just the way they are. I am happy that they get to you too.

jeannette stgermain said...

The colors and sweeping brush strokes are delightful and happy, just as spring effects me. I have been with hubby in Bulgaria (a long time ago) in Sofia. He was also on you East coast to the Black Sea. Is it russian you write in or Bulgarian?
(I'm dutch and I've been living for 20 years in Los Angeles)

Hélène Glehen said...

I like your interpretation of the spring. Bright colors well balanced. Thank you for stopping by my blog.

Galina Nikolova said...

Hello, I hope I am writing in English. But that is not as much important as the brush srtokes! And your support of course. Thank you Helene and Jeannette

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

You have captured the essence of Spring in these beautiful colors...I love your paint application!

Galina Nikolova said...

Thank you, Blue Sky Dreaming!