Great works of art like the aforementioned, are not meant to be copied, but are drawn upon for inspiration, and interpretation.
This is the result of Beep's study of those paintings. Her interpretation is fresh and fun!
Acrylic on canvas - by Beep
This one is a Christmas present for her mom.
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Hello, I love Beep's tree. A lovely present for her Mom. Is it a secret? Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!ReplyDelete
Bright, beautiful, a treasure to be loved always. Beep, you and Karen are taking your paintings to a whole new level, maybe this is your very special talent?ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, Karen, this is wonderful.ReplyDelete
So colorful and cheerful.
What a talented young lady!
Beeps interpretation is wonderful...I hope your daughter doesn't read your blog and ruin her Christmas surprise ))). More seriously, I hope you are able to enjoy the colors, which are perfect! I had a cousin who copied great works of art (or thought she did anyway) and I always had trouble pretending to be impressed. She obviously missed the lesson you have taught Beep so well!ReplyDelete
This is beyond beautiful.ReplyDelete
Yay Beep. And you.
Beep's mama will treasure this.
that is just amazing... truly talented...ReplyDelete
Very nice interpretation. I love Klimpt's paintings in gold. So beautiful and it is lovely that the work is so inspiring to other artists.ReplyDelete
Great job, Beep. Grandma is obviously a fine teacher.ReplyDelete
How lovely - what a gorgeous painting.ReplyDelete
Beautiful colorful paintings.ReplyDelete
Hello!:) It's wonderful!:) You taught her well, but I can see she is a very talented girl.ReplyDelete
Your picture does have the feeling of a Klimt or a Kandinsky. I think I have told you before how I love these two artists and have one print hanging in my dining room by Klimt. Your artwork is beautiful and your use of color is perfect. genieReplyDelete
I love this work by Beep! I think she has some talent. It really is beautiful.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful gift. Beep has a lot of talent and it's wonderful that you sow those seeds for a love of great art.ReplyDelete