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Pietro Brosio Gallery



"The Universal Peace", 1976, oil on canvas 100x70cm.

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August 14, 2008

The Olympics


[improvisation]

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Comments: 19


the donG
it looks more like a real painting than a microsoft paint. nice one! i like how you made the circles.
SandyCarlson
I like this. It pulses with the energy of the games.
Louise
Nice! It looks like it has all that determination of the Olympians.
Kim
I love this, a great tribute to the Olympics.
Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl)
That's really interesting and full of power and energy!! ... I can see why you named it that! Perfect tribute for the Olympics... I love the Olympics!
Mountain Retreat
ayamlin
It's interesting!
Are you seeing Olympics?
I enjoy seeing it every day.
and I'm impressed a lot.
I respect all athletes.
I can't train hard like them.
I know it but making efforts is the most important thing, right?:)
MedaM
Yes, this is really a beautiful tribute for the Olympics and beautiful way to show the connection between people all around the world.
Abraham Lincoln
I like your interpretation of the Olympics.
berryberr
Lovely blog! Will check back often!
Mike
Symbolic?
Joy
It's a very interesting post. Just like an abstract painting.

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SandyCarlson
Thank you for your prayers for Elise, Pietro. Your immediate and generous response touched my heart.
Isadora
:) very clever improvisation with great colors.
angelgrotton
It looks like a real paiting ))) very nice
Paz
Very creative!

Paz
Tina Coruth
Very nicely done!

Thank you for visiting my dragonfly sky. :-)
Catherine
No words to add. All is passing by the eyes. . . . You know what"s fabulous, it's that every one of us look at your work of art, and every one see it with a different way.
Marie Reed
I too am enthralled by the life and energy pulsing through this Olympic painting!
thyme
Thank you for your comment. I think you would understand. I approach the construction more like an artist than an engineer. I make sketches on all three reference planes and interconnect them. I call them the skeleton. Then I form the parts of the construction as the muscle and skin.

I like this sketch. It is very expressive!