Praludium

Today was a wild weather day, very unsettled and some extremely evil looking clouds.  This morning on my way to work I witnessed a very interesting weather event and I guess it stuck in my head because it came back to me in my studio this evening.  I had simply wanted to tone some canvas's for an upcoming Retreat and instead this painting manifested itself.  Somewhat like my buddy Chris Wikman I used some funky colours that I normally don't use, and although they are much more toned down than Chris's I think they are successful and reminiscent of nature.  I called it "Praludium" because I was listening to a Bach piece by that name played by the guitarist John Williams.  I thought it fitting and somewhat uncanny how this all happened.

Comments

Richard Baschak said…
As I sit and ponder what I'm hoping is the last scene of my play, and continue to resonate with the two plays I say tonight, and now look at Praludium...everything is strangely connected....what think you of this brother?
Darrell Baschak said…
The dust and sweat of our forefathers blows in the wind and rain that lashes against our expectant faces.