very pretty work :)I'm amazed at how clear the definition between the white and black is.
Love these...for the same reason as you Chris...never get tired of looking at them!!
These are amazing, Chris!!! Thank you so much for sharing your great talent!
Thanks, Jennifer Rose!
Thank you, Karen. I should get tired doing them, but I don't.
Thank you so much, Linda! I just got off of your blog and am still smiling and shaking my head at that silly man on roller blades!
LOVE this Chris!!! Your black and white paintings are wonderful...
As always - perfection!
Intense work and great effort indeed. Greetings!
Each of these have a wonderful design! I love them!
Chris, have you ever done a blog post about your process? I'm so in awe and intrigued! Lovely!
Thank you, Hilda!
Thank you so much, Julie!
Thank you, Mr. Blogoratti! I love your blog!
Kaethe, thank you!
Oh, thanks, Kali. No, I haven't done a post on how to batik from start to finish. I'll be happy to do that in the fall (too many summer projects going on now). I'll try to do a short preview next week or the following week.
Again, love these b&w batiks. I am imagining them all on a coffee shop wall - they would be stunning! ... Looking forward to your batik method posts in the fall :)until then, happy batik-ing and creating!
Looks like you are on a roll with these black and white portraits - they are wonderful and I bet they look awesome as a grouping!
Thanks, Teri. That's a great idea!
Thanks, Pat. I like that idea!
Great b&w portraits! Love them.
Yes all those reasons and more....great choice and execution of subject!
Wonderful! They transport me back in time.
Dramatic and so beautiful, Chris!!
Thank you very much, Mary!
That's why I like them. Thank you, Sharon.
Thanks so much, Sherry.
Hi, Chris. It's nice to visit YOUR blog. (And thank you for visiting min) I like your black and white work. Very strong! Best to you.
Thank you, Carol.