Saturday, February 17, 2007

Swedish Folk Tales Continued

More folk tale illustrations from the Series.





9 comments:

Michele Gottlieb said...

yay 1st to comment!

I've said it a million times and i'll say it a million more...you have a truly beatuiful talent. The colors are perfectly vibrant and the black and whites sincerely capture the essence of each photographed memory. Will always be your biggest fan. :) Keep on doing what you love Cuyler...it's beautiful....

DAS Illustration said...

Nice work last semester- Can't wait to see what you do this time round!Keep up the good work!
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Hallye said...

The folktale art of the green goblin looks great in our office at home. You have amazing talent and looking forward to seeing more of you artwork on this blog.

Marti said...

Cuyler - I am, as always, so impressed with your talent. The folktale series is absolutely wonderful. I've bookmarked this site and look forward to seeing more of your work.
Marti

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Joe said...

Dang dude, didn't know you were painting that good! It's all those drawing classes you took:) But seriously it looks like your in grad school at a good time because you can start to really create great art and not struggle with fundamentals. Love the compositions.
Joe

Cliff Cramp said...

great stuff Cuyler - I'll link to you from mine. Keep it coming :)

silverson said...

The colors in all of these are so intense. I really like this series. Really good work and i want to see more.

TK said...

Dearest Cuyler,
I know i am finally getting around to looking at your beautiful artwork and i have discovered you have incredible talent. Let it shine baby. One day when im rich i will buy your stupendous painting.

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