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Exercise 5 still life garden by StephanusEmbricanus Exercise 5 still life garden by StephanusEmbricanus
Garden, still life for exercise
oil colour 1978
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LemnosExplorer Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2008  Professional Artist
:worship::worship::worship::worship:
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taniajazz Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2008
such lush colors- youre amazing
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StephanusEmbricanus Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2008
Thank you Tanja !!! :hug:
these were my first exercises for practice in painting they are a bit "oldfashioned"
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DroomKoningin Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
Well, sinds when are you so ... well... not proud on your work? ^^

For me is it easier to apprieciate realistic or surelealistic works^^ more, just my taste. So I really enjoy it to see, that you also create realistic works, although it was in the past^^.
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StephanusEmbricanus Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2008
Some of my styles are going parallel so it might be that I do some "realistic" works again. It is still a good exercise to do something realistic in between.
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mdandree Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
Your still lifes are very good. It's always great to see the old stuff! :)
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StephanusEmbricanus Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
They are not bad maybe, but very good is a bit much of good :D but thank you :)
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mdandree Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
It's just nice to see real art once in a while!
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StephanusEmbricanus Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2008
Thanks :)!!!
But art is ever real :D
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mdandree Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2008
That it is! :)
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Littleblackbeetle Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Nice work, show's you've created your own style through determination and practice
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StephanusEmbricanus Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
Thank you for this comment, sounds nice, but I don't know what you exactly mean with determination :)
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Jillianelf Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Stefan this is so interesting....it shows me where you started and really leads one to your style now...thank you for sharing these...I appreciate the comment you left for me and this adds impact to those thoughts. For example, your current palette choices are shown here in the early work, as well as your eye for detail. Not only are you a prolific creator, you are a subtle teacher as well :D
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StephanusEmbricanus Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Do not know which comment you mean in the moment, Jilian :)

Had a bit of the eye for details that time :)
but not the hand and the rest, too fast and too lazy to draw, too often )
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Jillianelf Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2008
I would say you are anything but lazy about your art my friend. A constant inspiration and on many levels all of the time :D
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StephanusEmbricanus Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2008
Thanks for that nice comment Jillian :hug:
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vasodelirium Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
are these all old paintings?you are a great user of oil!:wow:
i find that technique very hard to create something i actually like
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StephanusEmbricanus Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
This is how it started in the end of the seventies :)
The technique needs some discipline witha few rules it works well :)
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j0rosa Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
great to know you started to this basic syle...
so i've got more things to try and learn, ay ;)
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StephanusEmbricanus Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
You see I was pretty lazy that time :)
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