Saturday, January 10, 2009

Illustration Friday - Contained


The portraits Klimt did of his lover, Adele, looked like he had her wrapped up and flattened in gold, contained (?) by circles and squares. i tried to get that same feel with my girl.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

nice illustration. I like how the patternation in the background, the oval and the dress all although different compliment one another.

Debra Keirce said...

Wrapped up and flattened? I don't know about that - sounds painful. But I do like your painting!!

Anonymous said...

this is just lovely. i love klimts work...and yours too!

Anonymous said...

THIS IS STUNNING.

STUNNING!

FUCKING STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL!

yes i want to come play. i'll call you. work monday is all i know for sure... plus wed is no good.

Anonymous said...

Just georgous! I love the patterns and colors you have used.

Anonymous said...

A beautiful modern take on Klimt's work! Fabulous!

Anonymous said...

Oh I love the linework in her hair. And the contrast with the bolder lines of the background. It doesn't seem like it should work spacially, but it really does.

pati said...

Oh, Adrienne! I love Klimt too, almost as much as I love Mucha. It's so good to have found your blog, every time I come here I feel so inspired!

Valerie Lorimer said...

Very beautiful! Love all the patterns and colors.

Unknown said...

this is gorgeous adrienne, love it :)

Pea said...

Beautiful work!Love the detailin and the lovely eyes!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful work! Very inspiring.

Tessa said...

What an absolute winner, Adrie! The detail is astonishing. My gad, girl, you are blessed with bucketloads of talent.

Liz Revit said...

This is beautiful!