Lady Starlight with friends(for friends and..) by LBJ2 ()
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Lady Starlight with friends(for friends and..)
A special dedication for my friends here.. and other Rendo members... who supported me in different ways... and with different means..
Sent me encouraging emails, comments and faves...
Kind words and warm thoughts.. through the nasty year 2014 :)
I am grateful for your support in 2014. It means a lot to me.
A very brutal year for me.
1 year ago... i was not even sure i would live to see New Years eve 2014.. but i did :)
Happy New Year :)
A clean VUE render with no postwork at all.
A song to accompany this VUE render and scene...
Performed by Joe Cocker....... who did not live to see New Years eve 2014.
I always liked him a lot. He was a very dynamic singer and composer.
I've been listening a lot to his songs since December 22 2014....
Listening to his cover version of, With a little help from my friends.. by The Beatles.. actually triggered image an this upload..
I need to make a dedication to my friends here...
And say thank you for the support in 2014... :)
Listening to a stream of Joe Cocker songs...
I stumbled upon one song i never heard before....
A very beautiful song called... Take me home...
From a movie called.. Blown away.
Here in a fabulous duet with Joe Cocker and Bekka Bramlett:
Click here to experience the song... Take me home.
Once again...Happy New Year :)
And thanks for everything in 2014.
I could not have made it without you.
Gonna be exciting to see what 2015 will bring.
Luck and better health i hope :)
Image Comments (23)
rbowen () Online Now! 2:46PM | Wed, 31 December 2014
Wonderful piece of work and dedication, Lars! I wish you a very Happy New Year! May it bring you health! Best wishes!
bakapo () Online Now! 2:57PM | Wed, 31 December 2014
this is a wonderful scene, Lars, I love her collection of trees. trees are important to life and with life comes hope. I so do hope you have a good new year, I hope it is filled with good times and better health. you are always in my thoughts and prayers. joe cocker was awesome, thanks for the link
Richardphotos () Online Now! 3:38PM | Wed, 31 December 2014
outstanding surrealism and composition. happy new year Lars
eekdog () Online Now! 4:23PM | Wed, 31 December 2014
brilliant surrealisim, Lars. came out marvelous. looking forward for your good health and work in 2015. Happy New Year my friend // lol Steve // thank you..
Greywolf44 () 4:40PM | Wed, 31 December 2014
Glad you are still with us and glad you can still do some kick-ass art! Hang in there and have a very happy new year.
Jay-el-Jay () 5:27PM | Wed, 31 December 2014
It is fine to see your work on the Lady surrounded by her arborial friends.Best wishes to all for this New Year of 2015.
magnus073 () 6:01PM | Wed, 31 December 2014
Lars, this is one of the most beautiful New Year's presentations I've ever seen. I'm so glad you linked it to Joe Cocker as his passing was a great loss to everyone who enjoyed his music. Have a Happy New Year and I hope to hear from you soon. Keeping you always in my prayers.
GrandmaT () 8:39PM | Wed, 31 December 2014
Awesome render! I am glad to be able to wish you a Wonder New Year in 2015. All the best to you this year.
Faemike55 () 10:25PM | Wed, 31 December 2014
Fabulous and fantastic presentation Lars and a most beautiful dedication. I wish you a wonderful and healthful Happy New Year my friend
UteBigSmile () 3:07AM | Thu, 01 January 2015
Your scene looks simply very beautiful and very well done - Happy New year to you and yours!
Cyve () 9:28AM | Thu, 01 January 2015
WOW... It's absolutely FABULOUS... Marvelous creation and composition.... Happy New Year to you and for yours my friend !!!
renecyberdoc () 8:39AM | Fri, 02 January 2015
good to hear form ya dude you made it man.all the best for 2015,i hope you will find less shit on your path but more sunshine!!
Minda () 2:26PM | Fri, 02 January 2015
Hello lars its Great to see you and your amazing work bonsai its my fav one soooo beautiful ..excellent creation and composition ..wish 2015 is going to be Great for you and good health...Take care and hugs..:)
emmecielle () 1:06PM | Sat, 03 January 2015
A splendid scene, Lars! The details are exceptional! I hope that 2015 bring you good health and serenity! A big hug! :)
anaber () 5:22PM | Tue, 13 January 2015
Thank you very much for your wishes Lars:) it is GREAT to see You here. Your image is impressive in many ways and the execution and composition are FABULOUS!! All the details are incredible. And I do love Bonsai and its meaning in Life. It is a great deal to create our own Bonsai, but it gives us so much! I have two, since many years ago, but i have not been very well successful with one of them, lately! Thank you very much for the music! I knew another version, not this one. Thanks. I wish that 2015 brings You healing, more tranquility and good news, Lars! All the very best to you!! My thoughts with you!
anahata.c () 5:56AM | Sun, 18 January 2015
Lars, I thought I'd commented on this, but I see that I haven't. Usually I know if I haven't commented on an image, but somehow I remembered leaving a long comment on this, and when I came here, I saw I hadn't left a word. My apologies. It was an oversight on my part...sometimes our memory thinks something was 'real' when it was only imagined...I'll write what I felt the first time I saw this. First, the Joe Cocker song is very intense, and feels not only like his yearnings for a perfect journey home, but like everyone's yearning for that place. Ie, a place where all pain is lifted, and all that is left is love. Movingly performed. Thank you for sharing the song. As for your image: You really show your background in design and architecture with pieces like this! It's a big, classically designed interior, with delicate proportions, ornament in just the right amount, your moldings and lintels and detail in the ceiling, the proportions in the windows, your lamps and chandelier...they all show your knowledge and sense of proportion in design. And you have real modern elements too (in the midst of what looks like 17th and 18th C European motifs): The angle of that beautiful wooden floor feels very modern! (Danish modern, in fact!) And the open space and potted trees and even the piano bench are all modern. (I have a piano bench, but it's the traditional "tufted" kind. Yours has clean, clear lines and surfaces.) Fine attention to lamps and lights, too; even the reflections of the room in the glass... It has one of your mythic females, who has an emblem of some kind on her chest. (Can't make it out, but it feels mythic or tribal...) And one of your dragons, who's painting (!!), and I'm not sure what he's painting, but it looks like a portrait. Love that. And then the trees, bonsais and others, growing beautifully in those mini homes (the pots), bringing nature into this classic European hall. And a very modern painting too---another modern touch in this otherwise classical environ. You placed the piano perfectly---it's the center 'draw' of the piece (and a Steinway, lol! you didn't settle for 2d best here! I'd die to have a Steinway in my home!) And she's playing, but looking beyond the room---maybe to all the people you're dedicating this too, or maybe just to someone she loves. Wonderful how she centers us in the image, but looks way beyond it at the same time. You do that in your work---someone or something pointing beyond the frame, beyond the limits of the image... With her naked, and the dragon and the trees, you gave something basic and primal to this cultured European interior. Something transcendent. It feels like all your learning and music and art paying tribute to everyone. Like all your images, it's very suggestive of many things, and it effortlessly combines several worlds under one roof. Even the trees are leaning to the woman...her song has that kind of a call and power: Perhaps she's a medicine woman in disguise, one of the Native American healers who transform everything they touch...This is beautifully done. Beautiful and evocative, as always, and a very delicate tribute. I know 2014 was the most difficult year of your life; and, given all you went through---a lot of it without stop---it's no surprise that it's been so difficult. Just know you've come through a truly difficult experience, and your healing is "on target" for all you've been through. I send all my prayers and healing to you, that it move faster now, and that you begin to feel the dawning of your strength, and rest, and peace. I with that you recover your wholeness in 2015; and that your powers---which are deep, and filled with love---return to you, wholly. This highly elaborate and expressive image is another example of how you've persevered, with the determination of a lion. I'd find this difficult in any circumstance, it's amazing how much you've done in very difficult circumstance. Beautiful dedication, and may it all come back to you ten-fold...
tofi () 5:04PM | Mon, 02 February 2015
Very detailed and beautiful artwork, Lars! There is so much to see and admire in your scene. The abundance of plants says a lot about this young lady.... brings the room 'alive'! Beautiful dedication as well my Friend. I'm sending you lots of hugs, love and light!