Friday, December 18, 2009


11 x 14 inches
Oil on wood panel
(c) Bill Brauker

I love museums. There is something special about the large spaces, the quiet, the frames and most of all, the art, in all shapes, sizes and styles. To me, the paintings send out a vibration from the painter across the years, that is still alive in the image. It is something you can actually feel and witness as others are enveloped by the energy. A solitary figure in a large room such as this, is not really alone, for the artist is there also.

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Sonia von Walter said...

nice painting,Bill

Inna Lazarev said...

Very interesting painting, Bill. The athmosphere of gallery is presented here very forcefully.
The focus is on dark red walls with large paintings in heavy frames. Human is just a guest here.
Excellent work!

Inna Lazarev,

Bill Brauker said...

Sonia - Thanks for your kind comment.

Inna - Thank you. You are so right, we are just the guests, while the art is at home where it will live forever.

DKSmall said...

Wow this caught my eye, then I read the post - totally agree. I was in the Denver Art Museum recently and stood long with the many others, in frames. Just me and them (and a guard around the corner) and it was great. Nice concept.