Thursday, February 23, 2006

The Friday Gallery - Andrea Edwards

Andrea's work has the violent and pronounced brush strokes much like Van Gogh's work, only hers manage to keep that feminine quality to them, making her pictures have a softer quality. She mixes bright vibrant colors with much darker ones mixing the emotions like joy and sadness. They retain their beauty, their individuality. They aren't slave to modernism nor trapped by the confines of classics.

posted by Out Of Jersey | 7:47 PM


Blogger Shesawriter said...

I like her style. Very fluid.


8:49 PM  
Blogger The Cubicle Reverend said...

that's what drew me to it.

I know, here I am trying to be a nice guy to you girls letting you know of my love and appreciation for all of you and you lay the smack down on me.

5:46 AM  
Blogger andrea said...

Awwww, even after I smacked you with my feminist stick yesterday. You are so sweet, thank you darling.

5:47 AM  
Blogger Cate said...

Incredible and fitting description of Andrea's goregous work. She is an amazing artist! I'm so happy to see it here!

8:33 AM  
Blogger Kristi said...

I really like the wedding one. Nice work

9:36 AM  
Blogger la vie en rose said...

i think the last one is my favorite.

12:10 PM  
Blogger Carmel said...

WOW!! That is some real talent. I love art and have been to galleries on both sides of the world and seen alot of art.
This is gorgeous, I can't decide if the middle one or the bottom one is my favorite! Hey ok they can both be :)
Great work Andrea, if you read this.

1:35 PM  
Blogger Frankie said...

Wow, she is AMAZING!!! I love these! You're right, it's very Van Gogh-like (and he's my FAVORITE!). Thanks so much for bringing these to my attention. I'm in love with them!

9:27 PM  
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11:24 AM  
Blogger Michelle Fry said...

I haven't stopped by here for a while but it was a very nice stop today. Andrea's art is fantastic. And, I see you are reading James Baldwin who is one of my favorite authors. His short story, "Sonny's Blues" is one of the best short stories ever written.

11:26 AM  
Blogger The Cubicle Reverend said...

This is the only 2nd book of his I read. I found it harder to get through Sonny's Blues and admit I felt a bit perplexed by taht story mainly for the reason that minus the drugs I am Sonny.

7:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would you mind taking these down.

8:26 AM  

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