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Lynette Cook Painting - Here Now by Lynette Cook

Here Now is a painting by Lynette Cook which was uploaded on November 17th, 2011.

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Absolutely wonderful painting, in the romantic tradition of window over a panorama, as Friedrich and other old masters. Fabulous.

Lynette, I love this and the other brick archways in your paintings. The brick reminds me of my photographs of old structures... http://fineartamerica.com/featured/amunition-cache-leonard-lukomski.html ... I admire your style with both foreground and background details that give the veiwer the feeling of being there in the image and looking though to something in the distance. Your "space" paintings have an abstarct impression that even NASA would admire. I see by your description of this and other paintings that you are a poet as well as a painter.

Lynette Cook replied:

Leonard, what wonderful comments! I looked at your Fort Wayne image and see why you like my work too. Your photo is marvelous. . . right up my alley, with the brick corridor and arches! I'll be posting more work in this vein as time goes on and hope you do too.

Thank you both so much! I really wanted to focus on the light and color while showing detail in the shadow areas too.

Great light,color and perspective!

Wow! This is outstanding.