Saturday, February 20, 2010

The Storm Is Over / Бурята свърши


Oil on Canvas (46 x 55 cm)
© Galina Nikolova

14 comments:

Ada said...

Beautiful!
Una preciosidad, Galina, qué expresividad la tuya, qué texturas!
C'est merveilleux!

RUDHI - Chance said...

Precious harmony indeed!

ex - il@miro said...

Много хубаво!

Anthony Duce said...

Beautiful!!

El Museo de la Luna said...

I saw Adela (Ada) here... She's Cancer like us. Pepa too... (She's in the followers' section). Victoria and Lidia too. Very nice people, they help me a lot to improve the union at the museum. Ada, Pepa and Victoria are Spanish. Lidia from Argentina. I'm happy because I was trying to join together all painters there, and I did it with a lot of them.

THANK YOU for helping too! You always supporting everybody, that's the best politics. I think exactly the same and put it in practice.

Your boats are so melancholic... It's a beautiful portrait of loneliness... It could be seen as a landscape from the end of the world... Nobody alive, and the boats still standing there on the shore...

How can you do it? I don't know, but every painting you do is touching, it goes inside the eyes deeply, directly towards our emotions, with a powerful strength. It's amazing. I love everything you do.

Take your boats to the museum today if you have time, they're beautiful, everybody will love them.

Elio

El Museo de la Luna said...

Oh, I forgot...

BIIIIIIGGGGG KISS FOR MARIA AND YOU!!!!

Juan Flores said...

me gusta mucho este trabajo. Saludos Juan.

Helen Stannard said...

Oh my gosh, I love this...the colors are great and the paint application - it is so dynamic, so full of life! Makes me want to be there.

Roberto Marín said...

beautiful job. Also White roses like me so much.
Always i comes to see your wanderful blog.
hugs

Blanca said...

Muy bellas las barcas, parece que se mueven entre las pinceladas..

Antonio Gabriel Guzzo said...

Aun se mecen las barcas como latidos aun acelerados que dejaron la tormenta a su paso, el viento amaina más aun mantiene las ondas persistentes del agua. Diluido el azul entre el mar y el cielo se fortalece en las sombras de un mediodía aun entre nubes. El pincel va y viene con el ritmo del oleaje provocando el murmullo del embate constante a la rada protectora… Nada escapa a Galina para expresar en esta ventana el sobrecogedor instante en que la luz va dejando la oscuridad gris de la tormenta anunciando los colores y las formas.
Maravillosa obra, maravilloso instante

Dav said...

Enorabuena por tu blog, una técnica muy depurada y con estilo. Nice Work
Saludos

Geraldo de Barros said...

Incrível!

Coastcard said...

Bold expression. Stunning use of colour. Impressive!