A painting can disguise its orgins. In reality, these flowers where just a white and washed out bouguet, setting on a mirrored buffet in our dinning room. I used some of the original forms and tone transitions and I replaced the colors in a process that fostered contrasts, created compliments, and imagined forms. The product is one of vibrancy that develops in the process of human interaction. Applying emotional assesessments to the painting process creates an ever changing interaction of painter to painting. These human developments, are something a computer can never make. Its a process that machine can not copy. My Brush Mark:The Mark of Quality
" Pink Roses" 16"x 20" Acrylics on stretched canvas.
All work is created and painted by Steven Rockwell. I use Imagination, Memory, and Photographs to create each picture, with the weighted reliance being on imagination. All work is hand painted using acrylic or oil paints. None of this work is created using computers or printers.