July 17, 2012

Sea Sighs: Artist Philip Barlow



I came across these stunning paintings by artist Philip Barlow whilst perusing blog Rock A Lulu and just had to share. An instant sigh emerged as I feasted my eyes on these perfectly dreamy, summery scenes. Don't they just capture the essence of seaside memories? Amazing. (And be sure sure to check out the rest of this talented man's portfolio!)




12 comments:

  1. Its that sparkle on the water that he captures so perfectly! These make me relaxed just looking at them.

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  2. Absolutely, Brianne! And, yes, totally get relaxed. Ah!

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  3. His work is beautiful! Love the line between photographic and painterly.

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    1. Isn't it, Raina?! For me, I'm glad he stays more on the painterly side. But a great balance for sure. Thanks for commenting and for the facebook 'like!' Made my day! :) xx

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  4. I can't believe you posted these images! I was just on the artists website looking at the very same images, no lie. I LOVE THEM. The way he captures water is amazing.

    Bill

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  5. Beautiful... Makes you feel as you're there.

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  6. I LOVE these. This is the 4th time I've visited Bedlam in 2 days to stare at them.

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    1. Wonderful, Lisa! They're spectacular pieces, aren't they? And a perfect depiction of summer. Sigh. :)

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  7. Wow! These are amazing! Would love to have one of his pieces hanging in my living room!

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  8. Hurt my eyes a bit...(ah..just kidding)
    But really..the technique is so brilliant, I love it, amazing

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