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Oil pastels on acrylic paper8,5″ × 11,5"
mysterious and wonderful Playtime!
Thank you Donna!! It had been looking different and I didn’t like it at all, let it rest for a week and decided not to toss it out and it morphed into this mysterious landscape!
– Tine Wiggens
Inspiring Tine. Infinite imagination
Thank you Gary, indeed. Nice that it inspires!
Thank you so much Natasha!! Nice to see you again!
haha, thanks Shylie!!!!! :)
Love it Tine!
So wonderful to hear that you do Rosemary, thank you so much!!
Thank you Albert! Nice that you like it.
Hi Tine! I love ALL your works…really. :)
Hi Lillo, thank you so much that is so so wonderful to hear! :)
So glad to see you have a lot of fans, of which I am a big one! Wonderful series, Tine!
Oh Marriet, thank you SO much, that is so wonderful to hear. I am always amazed to see that so many people take the time to stop by and look at my drawings and leave a comment. Makes me happy to hear just how much you like my artworks and keeps me inspired. Thank you!!
In your work I love this feeling of loneliness and in the same time this feeling that anything remains possible……….. I really adore this one Tine
Thank you so much Magali! You always see so much in my artworks, it is so beautiful and means so much to me, thank you! Yes, anything and everything is possible at all times, in art and in life. There is always possibility. And out of something old something new can sprout entirely. Like i did in my painting here it was already done and didn’t quite feel right so i wiped it and smudged it and it is perfect like this. Loneliness? Maybe privacy? The house is In a land of it’s own, just it and it’s surroundings, the field of dreams, maybe it is a vinyard. Abstraction, no future, no plans, nothing. Endless possibilities.
I just love that your image gives the viewer so much room for interpretation…to me…it evokes the quest for some sense of direction…a desire to belong…but of course…it’s in my humble opinion!! Fabulous art Tine!
Thank you so much Marie, I love hearing this and it took me aback as this is the place I’m in right now. You are very intuitive in your observation. This piece was already done and it didn’t seem right somehow but the paper is expensive so I attempted to save it and work at it some more and smudged it all and it morphed into this landscape which turned out to be just so.
It seems I am slowly finding some direction, with my art and in this new city that I moved to three weeks ago not knowing anybody, nor the city…. see how your comment took me aback?! ;) so yes, a desire to belong indeed.
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