A painting by Paul Whitener

PC: Paul Whitener (1911-1959) Big Bluff of Humpback Mountain, 1955, Oil

A voice echoes from the depth of this art,
“his” wishful perseverance to marvel a craft.
In its silence is hidden a message so worth,
colourful extravaganza is not for earth -
effortless, subtle and unblemished beauty,
hues of green’s enough to make it pretty.


In response to Margaret's challenge at IGWRT, titled "Artistic interpretations with Margaret - Small town inspiration...

Comments

  1. I love the painting too.
    Anna :o]

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  2. This is soo charming, Vijita :)

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  3. The soft hues of green here DO evoke a silence. Nice.

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  4. Very nice and I love those greens too

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  5. This is a wonderful hymn to art.

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  6. I love the way you began this lovely poem, Vijita.

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  7. Inspiration, to continue. And with the green it's pretty as well. Just right, Vijita.
    ..

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  8. Beautiful...There seems to be such strength, presence in that tiny cabin surrounded by mountains.

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