The Snow landscape is just so, desolate and lonely feeling. There's such a long way to travel, and the end of the journey is left in ruins. The cave draws you in, calling to you, whispering in your ears and yet there's something about it that just seems achingly... looming... threatening... protective... lonely... an edifice against time. A fortress forsaken, a home lost. A citadel found. I don't know, it just calls to so many different parts of me. The final one is very much a welcoming feeling of home coming. The road is long, the way not always clear, but there is good things at the end and along the way.
I like very much your third composition. One of the things I like the least about the art establishment is the use of rectangles, particularly in framing. Life doesn't easily fit into a rectangle, and while it doesn't detract from a composition, using a rectangular frame certainly doesn't add to it either.
The frayed edges give the painting a sense of nostalgia for me, especially next to the harsher landscapes of the first two paintings. Very thought provoking work
Free hand or reference? Either way.. Hot damn you are just... absolutely amazing... My jaw drops every time I see your pictures. I am inspired by you. I am changing my major from animation to illustration and I have yet to delve into this type of art, and I really want to strive to be as good as you some day. Thank you for your inspirational masterpieces.