Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Pat Koscienski - "Afternoon Delight"



Artist: Pat Koscienski
Medium:Acrylic on canvas
Size: 20" x 10"
Artist's blog: http://www.patkoscienski.blogspot.com/

7 comments:

Byannick said...

Neat idea.
Timeless ? ;)
The light read more "evening" than "afternoon"

Did you notice you painted a glass taller and thiner than the other ? ;)
Is there a hidden meaning? or just a happy accident.

Pat Koscienski said...

Thanks for your comments, Byannick. I like the title "Timeless"...I could paint out the hands of the clock and it would really be timeless. No happy accident on the glass sizes ...I think that will end up being corrected...or maybe not, if it had you questioning a "hidden meaning".

Byannick said...

No need to change IMHO, I just saw a get together moment for two : a man (tall glass) and a woman with curves on the left ;)

Pat Koscienski said...

Hmmm, I like that thinking!!!

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

I was fortunate to see this painting IRL, and it is even better than what you see here. So very creative, Pat!!!

Paula said...

You're figs are great, hiding there behind the bubbly. Your glasses have great reflections but no shadows? And drinking at one o'clock? In the morning, not afternoon, I hope. Wait, what am I saying? Can I come over?

Nancie Johnson said...

What a creative & unique painting for this challenge. Pat, you did a wonderful job on this. I can tell quite a bit of thought went into it - sorry I can't see it in IRL, I bet it is terrific.