DETROIT STORIES... ORIGINAL SMALL OIL PAINTINGS
OF DETROIT BY STEPHEN MAGSIG AND SMALL OIL PAINTINGS BY JANET HAMRICK
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Utterly amazing build of brush strokes and colors - seemingly simple clues that somehow assemble into a fully-detailed scene. Amazing...
France, what a wonderful country !! ;-) Thanks Stephen.
I feel I am beginning to get to know Detroit through looking at your paintings, so when I saw this I thought ...surely not. Good painting Stephen.
So much reflected light; it's almost ethereal.Great piece.
Beautiful! Almost feels like you channeled a bit of Van Gogh in this.
I love your work Steven! It has a Russian impressionist feel to it - very solid and well understood form.
Oops - I meant 'Stephen', sorry : )
Just found your blog - very much like how you find the essential in your compositions. It's interesting to see both the quicker work & those that are obviously more time consuming. I live in SW France, though not la Dordogne.Which village is this?
Thank you all very much, I have been away for a couple days badly needed R&R, so am way behind in computer work.I am happy with all the comments and France is a Wonderful Country that we hope to get back to very very much.
Sonya, I am not sure but I think it was in Bergerac. I also enjoyed visiting your site, nice work.
Fantastic perspective! I love the composition of this piece.
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