Tuileries: Dispute d’enfants après jeux – Children Quarreling at Play portrays children playing in the Tuileries Gardens in Paris.
Heather Adels, Blue Afternoon, Acrylic Paint on Panel, 8 x 8
The children in Tuileries are like birds who are fighting over the last crumb. It is also sunset. To a child, every moment is sunset. To a child, every moment is the last and most significant part of the day.
Yvonne Troxell-Lamothe, In the Garden, Oil on Panel, 18 x 22
As I listened to the Mussorgsky piece as interpreted by Yelena Beriyeva, I responded most strongly to the energy and spirit of the movement, Tuileries. It brought me into the garden of my neighbor, Lee, where I frequently paint. As a plein air painter, I love to absorb the environment as I work and I and felt the vibrant, dancing colors and shapes and sunlight bouncing across the blossoms as I listened. As I set up my easel in the garden I felt the drama of the color notes as I attempted to capture the flowers in time.
Miranda Vitello, Tuileries, Oil on Canvas, 11 x 14
This painting depicts a family in the Tuileries Garden in Paris on a particularly colorful day.
Sirarpi Heghinian-Walzer, Dialogue with Nature I, Mixed media on Burlap, 32 x 40
In Dialogue with Nature I am engaged in creating a visual recording of life cycles. My works of art are alive and decaying, colorful and dark, alluring and foreboding, attractive and repellent.
Sara Gravante, Peering Between, Acrylic on Clay Panel, 12 x 12
In this piece I was influenced by both the title of the movement and the music. The composition is bold and playful while just hinting at a bit of intensity of emotion.