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Crowd Scene #1 Crowd Scene #1
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Product description: The work has being drawn with Talens “Rembrandt” soft pastels on Arches Platine paper and measures 30 x 22 inches (77 x 56 cms). I have long admired the dynamic use of color in the works of Scottish artist Alan Davie (I bought one of his lithographs “Celtic Dreamboat II” in the early ’70s which I still have); and that of Bernard Cohen whose work involved the use of complex line, being almost hypnotically absorbing and sometimes, despite my implied effect, being soothing as one may feel when exploring a maze with time on your hands but no fear of getting lost in the dark. The impression I am trying to communicate here is one of a very crowded thoroughfare, seen from above, with an uncountable number of people coming and going about their business but with a sense of chaos. It is an imaginative scene I dread being caught up in, in reality - having not visited a city of any real size for more than 25 years - and on that occasion when I got near the center, I turned around and retreated to my distant, but calm, remote hillside abode.
 
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Crowd Scene #1

Paintings by Ed Buziak

Artwork Description: The work has being drawn with Talens “Rembrandt” soft pastels on Arches Platine paper and measures 30 x 22 inches (77 x 56 cms).

I have long admired the dynamic use of color in the works of Scottish artist Alan Davie (I bought one of his lithographs “Celtic Dreamboat II” in the early ’70s which I still have); and that of Bernard Cohen whose work involved the use of complex line, being almost hypnotically absorbing and sometimes, despite my implied effect, being soothing as one may feel when exploring a maze with time on your hands but no fear of getting lost in the dark.

The impression I am trying to communicate here is one of a very crowded thoroughfare, seen from above, with an uncountable number of people coming and going about their business but with a sense of chaos. It is an imaginative scene I dread being caught up in, in reality - having not visited a city of any real size for more than 25 years - and on that occasion when I got near the center, I turned around and retreated to my distant, but calm, remote hillside abode.

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