Wednesday, April 3, 2013

"The Displacement of Prince Alberic" (Update: Now in Print Version).

Hello There:

I have been working on a new piece that is a bit different ~

I love black and white.

I love almost anything black and white, especially in varying degrees of tone.

I've wanted to experiment with a simple piece created in black and white for some time now.  Hmmm....with maybe just the slightest hint of color tint.

So....this is it ~

"Poor Prince Alberic.  Is he dreaming?  Has he been displaced forever or will he find his way home?  Maybe he's dreaming a simple dream in black and white, or, maybe he's not..."

Do you like black and white?

You can find "Prince Alberic" in my Etsy Shop along with all of my more colorful art.

If you're interested in a print version, you can find that in my Zibbet Shop.  The black and white tones really picked up nicely in the print!

Thanks so much for stopping by.  ♥♥

Until Next Time:
Gerushia's New World

4 comments: said...

It's like a dream state.... suspended in enchantment!

Do you dream in color or black and white?

Dreamy, and Looooooooove the characters!!!


Laura Tieri said...

I love black & white photos. It's like you can see more detail because you're not distracted by the colors.
I also like plain ink or pencil sketches without color.
I also, for a long time, mostly wore black & white. I think I inherited that from my favorite aunt who only wore black & white. I've always liked black (my dark side, I guess). When I was a little girl I had this big black crayon I used on everything & if someone asked my favorite color...I said black. It must have scared my parents a wee bit! :0)

Gerushia's New World said...


I actually dream in vivid color. At least, that's how I remember it when I wake up.

Thanks for popping in. Always nice to see you here!


Gerushia's New World said...


Yes...I agree. You can see so much detail and all the little secrets in a black and white photo.

I love the color black. I wear black and white quite often too.

Nice to chat with you today, Laura! Thanks for stopping by.