Original copyrighted works of art by artist Michael Perchard
I love the recent paintings. Great job on the wave movement and the color!!
Joan!Thank you so much for your wonderful comments! It is great hearing from you.I love your work also.Michael
Enough said. Moving imagery Michael.
Thanks Linda.A very sad day.(This painting was done some time ago. It depicts Boston Firefighters at the 1972 tragic Vendome Hotel fire in Boston, Massachusetts. Thought it was appropriate today .)Take care.Michael
Yes, it speaks volumes on this day and without being too overt. That is your strength Michael.The firefighters low in the composition makes it seem like an impossible job, but they still go.Keep painting...
David,Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving such wonderful comments. I so much appreciate your support. Sometimes it is hard for me to post my art work because at times it is so personal. I want to make sure my work shows the tremendous respect and admiration I have for the heroic firefighters all over the world. I will keep painting. You also!Michael
I really impressed by your painting. I have seen the fire in your painting. I felt a blow. My work for 26 years is a fireman, and artist. I do not say more.Your friend artist and firefighter in Spain
Hello Ricardo (My Wonderful Spanish Art Buddy!)Thank you so much for your very, very kind words!I am especially humbled and honored more than ever now that I know you are a firefighter!I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your heroic and courageous service! Blogging is such an amazing way for people all over the world to connect in such a special way. How else could I have ever made contact with you, a very talented artist and hero so far away in Spain!Thank you so much for being a firefighter!Your very humble USA art buddy,MIchael
Ciao Michael,a me dà l'idea di un'immagine apocalittica dove forze umane e forze della natura si incontrano-scontrano, si intrecciano...Bellissimi effetti!Ciao, ciao, a presto, Floriana
Ciao Floriana!Ha molte grazie per le vostre osser vazioni meravigliose!Mi ha reso molto felice. Your comments made me take a new look at my work and realize how right you are!What a great observation by you! Thank you so much for visiting my blog and taking time to write.Ciao!Abbracci!Keep painting!Michael
I like the feeling of brotherhood I get from this. They don't know what will happen, but they are in it together. well done.
Celeste!Thank you very much for dropping by and writing such powerful words! I appreciate your comments because you are such a talented artist. Thank you.It is wonderful for me to read what you wrote. It makes me look at my work over again in a new and exciting way! You are right about firefighters. They do so much and risk everything for so many. They should be honored every day.Thank you very much.Michael
A perfect work for September 11th - thank you for posting it on that day. I have so many indescribable feelings about it and I believe you have captured so many of them in this thoughtful and understated, very emotional piece. Many thanks, Michael.
Susan,Thank you so much for your incredible comment. I am sorry I am late in replying. I am humbled by your gratitude and I am very sorry for all of us who shared those "indescribable" feelings you mentioned for those who lost their lives and the loved ones left behind. Take care.Michael
Dear Michael,A beautiful tribute for a very very sad day :( I remember it like it was yesterday, I'm a native NYer and had many friends who were in that area. You captured the moment. It does not need a title, each person will add their own. Very emotional piece, my friend.Hugs xo
Rose,Thank you for commenting. Being from New York and having friends in the area must have been so very sad and tragic for you. I am sorry.I appreciate your very kind words.Take care my good art friend.Michael
This is so different...and full of emotion. Great job! It is a lovely tribute.
Joan!Thank you so much for your wonderful comments. I very much appreciate your support!Let's all keep painting!Take care and thank you again.Michael