Friday, May 1, 2020

Drowning in Sorrow

Drowning in Sorrow
 18 x 24 Oil on Canvas


Simply stated, "Drowning in Sorrow" is my vision of an emotional loss.
For me, that concept spans sixty-plus years of life and is a reoccurring experience that I dread. Yet, it is a part of life that we must deal with in all our years on this earth. It is a vision of the overwhelming plunge into dark sadness that we feel when an emotional shock rocks us with loss. It could be a break-up with a lover, a sad goodbye, the loss of a pet, a forced move from a place loved, an illness, a divorce, yet, mostly, from the death of someone you love.

FYI: You may wonder why I use women in paintings that have emotional themes. The simple answer is women motivate me. Many of my themes are universal (Sorrow) so, either way, a man or a woman can relate. I use women because, in my book, they are the beauty in life, and, as an artist, I pursue that beauty in my vision.

(I am still working on this painting, so you see it in its unfinished state.)

Love's Contemplation

Love's Contemplation
 24 x 24 Oil on canvas

Wrapped in contemplation, she searches for understanding.

What is love? How does one go forward with love? Do we give love freely without expectation of any return? Should we beg for it? Does love ever end? Can love end for some but not for others?

Is love a secret cove where two souls intimately share their lives while floating in a pool fed by a waterfall of passion?
 
Is it possible that the waterfall of passion can change to one of misting tears?

One prays for answers.
 



Heavenly Prayer

Heavenly Prayer
18 x 24 oil on Canvas

From the dazzle of heavenly stars and in the dream of Life
She Prays for God's Guidance

Maybe

24 x 36 Original Oil on Canvas

Poster 24 x 36 printed on Poster-Paper 

The Most Important Decision of Her Life
Hangs in the Balance

Cirque du SolarEyes

Cirque du SolarEyes
47 x 35 Oil on Canvas
framed

 She Flies Through the Air, across the Azure of Heaven,
and Soars with all the Stark Colors of a Circus Beauty

Monday, May 9, 2016

Bashfully Bedazzled by Charles Asher



"Bashfully Bedazzled" Oil on Canvas 18 x 24

Abstract of a Japanese Girl strolling in the rain.

Painted Ladies Storm the City - by Charles Asher


"Painted Ladies Storm the City" Oil on Canvas (4 by 5 foot)

A work combining one of San Francisco's iconic scenes with a study of complimentary colors and secret abstract scenes.

Offered with a simple black frame. $3888.00