Sunday, January 15, 2012

Somewhat Surrealistic Sunday

I've been posting a lot of weird art lately, so as a visual antidote, I'd like to share with you some pleasing images by Serbian  Dusanka Petrovic - Душанка Петровић, born 1948. I couldn't find any other biographical information.   More images available at  Ricci-Art.


Enjoy your day. Peace and love,
Gina








16 comments:

  1. Wow, I love this guy's take on blue - any kind of blue. Seems to cry out for a Miles Davis kind of musical accompaniment :-)

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  2. Did I say this guy? On reflection, I think it's more likely gal ...

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  3. Real Fab Art, love these my friend.
    He was born the same year as I was,lol.

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  4. Much more soothing. Peace and love to you as well.

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  5. Francis - the artist *is* male. And yes to the Miles Davis connection. :-)

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  6. Mac and Caregiver - good you enjoyed it. It has to be the blue...

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  7. An excellent find Gina.I would like to see more of her work

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  8. These paintings are downright great. Thanks, Gina.

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  9. I love them!! Such vibrant colors.

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  10. Really wonderful. I love these. The cat is special.

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  11. These are magical, thanks...was in need of some colorful inspiration here.

    :-) U

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  12. Jams - have a look at Ricci-Art - the link is in the post.

    Sandy - I like the new pic you're using for your avatar! :-)

    Yogi - great!

    Singing Bear - I like the cat as well. :-)

    Ursula - thanks for popping in once in a while. Have fun in drawing class tomorrow. I'd like to hear all about it. xxoo

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  13. these are so lovely
    the colors are calm yet vivid
    and the trees!!
    so beautiful

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  14. I thought the winter scene was my favorite until I scrolled down to the cat.

    Beautiful, M'Dear, and a really special find!

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  15. oh my word. I'm captivated. loving the color and the style. similar to Seurat's pointillsm? this guy had a thing for blue - our gain. I think the first and second are my favorites. sure would like either of them for my wall. thanks for turning me on - I'm not familiar with this artist. happy weekend to you Gina. Keep your toes warm.

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  16. Di - I am a huge fan of your photo with Hope. xxoo :-)

    CR - hey, you. Stay warm.

    Becky! all of a sudden I feel warm and fuzzy. :-) xxoo

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