Thursday, 18 November 2010

The oarswoman



This is one of the paintings from my current exhibition, the Oarswoman 94x122 cm (37x48 inches).
She is also on the cover on my calendar for 2011. There is so many calendars out there...! Maybe this will be the last year for me, we'll see.

16 comments:

Liane said...

oh no, please. your calendar has been my favorite. i vote you continue. :)

Claudia said...

The calendar is just one way of expressing yourself, which, by the way we appreciate...But, whatever you decide, Please do not stop the blog. You are such an inspiration to me :)

Tam said...

go solo

gretchenmist said...

it's a beautiful painting. am so going to treat myself to one of your calendars for next year :)

withoutwordswouldyouknow said...

so beautiful and dreamy.
and the light!
the sunshine on the rocks makes me swoon

barbara said...

this is one of my favorites from your new work!

I like the fact that there is always more to discover...
slowly you realize all the hidden things like the wrapped parcel, the small animal (?) in the boat and the strange looking thingies behind the rocks. oh, and her smudged eye make up - was she crying?

and please keep up doing the calendar, camilla!
yes, there are a lot of them, but not many worth collecting like yours!

seb haton said...

This is such a great piece !
Congratulations, we love your work,
sébastien

céline said...

Always think positive...

barbarabeesblog said...

Your blog was the 2nd I ever discovered and I liked it so much, I couldn't stop scrolling over it. If one interprets other artwork you can discover sometimes a lot. Sometimes not really about the person who made it, put about the person who interprets it! But for me your latest paintings seem to show something very lonlely and turned away from others. Maybe you're overworked and need some break. You should know you would be missed here in bloggorama land.

amy k. said...

oh, I love this new painting—and you know I love your calendars, too.

If you do stop, maybe you can make some card sets? I am greedy to have reproductions of your artwork any way I can :)

Anna Emilia said...

I do love her so.

Happy weekend Camilla!

Camilla Engman said...

Thank you, you are all so sweet! Have a good weekend you too.

Olly said...

super painting; i'd like to be sailing in a boat right now too :-)

Christine said...

Det er et meget smukt billede.
Og der er "a time for everything"
Alt er godt
:-)

ibb said...

Never say last one.
The painting is so full of streght...cannot find words in english to describe...
"Indarrez beteriko emakumearen burruka. Egunero"
Something like, the continous fight of the woman..everyday.

Christoffer said...

I Like that one!