Friday, March 31, 2006

Wooden church

17 comments:

Jafar said...

Beyond appreciation....Truly amazing piece of art. You have such an incredible sense of lighting. I'm absolutely in love with your artwork!!

Alexey Kobelev said...

Look at those astonishingly detailed crosses at the top of the church! They are transparent and they stand directly to east as it should be. Wonderful!
Alexey

mister X said...

Ого! Эпично!

Савченко Евгений said...

Фантастически красиво!

andrea spada said...

splendid, colors, composition. Just splendid.

Oscar Grillo said...

This picture is too good to be truth..I raise my hat to you, Sir.

Virginia Valle said...

Beautiful :) love the ambient :)...

Carlos Ruano said...

One of the best... with lone rider. My two favourites art works.
¡¡Long live to Andrei!!

martin wittig said...

This one is absolutely beautiful! I keep staring at that sky.

Antonio Santamaria said...

Just Beautiful Andrei! The Light, the enviroment, the composition... you are really a master. I'm very happy to be in touch with you... I'm waiting for a new posts but also I enjoy with all the previous ones.
Saludos!

UM said...

Wow, Andrei! Great, believable atmosphere. I've seen winter evenings like this when I was a kid and there was still snow around for longer than just a few hours. Amazing painting.

insert name here said...

wow. a picture straight out of Mr. Lean's travellog...more, please

simon

A. Riabovitchev said...

Thanks everybody for nice comments!

Uli,What is the country it was ?

alberto mielgo said...

Waht a increible piece of art, Andrei.
Day by day your work is better and better and better.

UM said...

Hey Andrei, I'm talking about my childhood in south-west Germany, beginning of the seventies. We used to have snow then for 2 or 3 months, now obal warming has put an end to that.

Lisa said...

Wow, I should scroll down before I leave a comment at a great piture, but now I have to repeat myself: I love it. It is amazing how you create such an atmosphere, which makes you wanting to be there...

A. Riabovitchev said...

Thanks for your kind comment Lisa!
Welcome!:o)