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Thread: ABSTRACT: October

  1. #1
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    ABSTRACT: October

    Hello fellow ragers

    Been a while since i posted.

    But i'm always admiring the incredible and wonderful pieces that are submitted every day.

    This piece was produced with a rough paper grain, oil paint, the selection tool and the knife. I tired to capture the spirit of the colors of October or the Fall as best a Floridian could

    Enjoy

    Mike B
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    Mbrienza

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    Lovley autum colors I love it.My daughter would like this hanging on her wall.

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    Well captured Picaso, very nice painting

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    Mike -- very nice! I like the patch of violet on the right side in all the natural oranges and reds! Al

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    This is so pleasing to look at Picasso, love the autumn colours and can see this hanging on a very large wall. Well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    It makes me think of jazz album covers from the mid-to-late 50's.

    Huzzah!

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    Perfect season's colors, Fall.

  8. #8
    I think it's a lot harder to do abstract well than many think. You can't just put random paint on paper. This one works really well and would look perfect in any office environment! Are you doing all the seasons?

  9. #9
    It's true that all the great abstract expressionists were perfectly capable of rendering realistic forms. You need to understand symmetry, light & shadow; proportion and perspective in order to be able to effectively deviate from those laws, capably.

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    Mike. a great piece. You are one who can put your hand to anything and it will be amazing art. You have it in your fingertips I think.

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