The Harbinger

Fear was fast encroaching sadness.  Pollyanna was in trouble.

Fear was fast encroaching sadness. Pollyanna was in trouble.

30 x 40 x 3/4

~ by artveronica on August 17, 2015.

13 Responses to “The Harbinger”

  1. Wow! I’m loving this piece. For some reason it reminds me some of Jasper Johns’ later work. And it’s a big piece. Love to see this in person. Really nice work Veronica.


    • Thanks a million Cosmo. It is big. I wish you could see it in person too. The internet is great but so much is lost. I think all artists struggle with that.
      Best to you


  2. Once again in my travels I have missed seeing your latest works! This is kind of Jasper Johns-y… and I LOVE colorfield work.

    Super job, V… you were meant to paint… the Universe/God (?) chose you to be a painter!

    7 starts out of 5….


    • Thank you Daniel. I will treasure this comment forever.


      • No problem! You and I come from what is now a seemingly distant time when art was like our “smart phone” or tablet, a way of connecting and speaking in an ancient human tongue, a profound tongue that spoke of what only the heart can speak most confidently. Only artists can say “I love you” with a single indigo brushstroke.

        You have gone beyond the mundane through the fundamentally human act of coloring and shaping. That is the GREATEST victory in our field(s).

        That is how to win at life. and you have won.


      • I guess we are in the catagory of old souls, and I usually refrain from the word “old”. 🙂 Thank you Daniel.


  3. Oops! Seven STARS out of 5… and seven “starts” out of 5 as well! 🙂

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  4. Another beautiful work!

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  5. Reblogged this on Lost Dudeist Astrology and commented:
    Powerful Art!


  6. These last few are really mature and fantastic. I’m so happy for you. Keep up the great works.


  7. Thanks for the recent like on my energy article! -Moira

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