Thursday, October 02, 2008

"Central Park Stroll" 11"x14" (Click here to bid on eBay)

It was around 4 pm on a Thursday afternoon, after just watching the Yankees beat Boston in their last meeting that year, we jumped off the subway and made our way into Central Park for the first time. This is the pathway approach to the Bethesda memorial and fountain. Click on the image for a larger view.

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Blogger Unknown said...

In "Central Park Stroll," you have in a very professional manner addressed SO many details we all try to address when we paint: the gentle light in the background, the touch of red in the focal area, the gentle curve of the road with that spark of gold at the feet of the pedestrians who are so beautifully bathed in light. The secondary warm oranges in the large tree to the left of the painting. There is so much in this painting! In my humble opinion, this work of art has catapulted you as an artist into the ranks of the "the best" in America. I can only pray and paint and hope that some day I might reach such a level.
Donna Pierce-Clark, Ohio

7:50 PM  
Blogger Cara said...

This is wonderful - the sunlight peeking through is great.

6:41 PM  
Blogger Rhonda Hurwitz said...

stunning...You really captured the feeling of Central Park!

8:52 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Great work, Mick.

9:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I rec'd this painting in the mail yesterday, and it is just as beautiful in person.
I love it!
Thanks Mick!

10:12 PM  

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