Paintings by Melanie Authier.
If you read this, I love these new pieces.
Totally hot shiz-nip… reminds me of the hours i used to spend looking at the shag carpet in my parents bathroom… theres so much to see.. i love how i emidiatly feel emotion and see characers.. and its just colour… just he says..
yes yes verey nice
quite wonderfully special…
yup… these are rather awesome.
These are very thought provoking paintings that literally jump off the page. They’re stunning and very striking. I love the energy and movement of the images and the mix of colours. The more you look at them, the more you can see things, for example the first painting makes me think of a skull, in the second I see a crow, the fifth I see a horse and the seventh I see a crab. I also see elements of trees and waterfalls. The most interesting thing about the paintings is the mix of brush strokes with the solid shapes and clean edges that contrast against the rest of the painting.
I love these, fantastic colours and handling of the paint, great atmosphere
Wow- blown away- love to own one of my very own!!
One of the best painters around!
Colours and tone are fucking FRESH!!
Oh dear these are amazing!
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