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Thread: Deluge

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    Deluge

    Whne Nature is angry.......

    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

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    wenkat... I like this abstraction.. the light blues trapped in the angular shapes almost transparent color and the background like a wall behind.. it has a lot of depth and I can see the compress waves of water crashing down... really great colors too....nice one here!

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    Thanks gxh! I am glad you liked it!
    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

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    Good style and i like also the effects and colors very well done
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    Admire the way you can put colors and shapes together and turned out a delightful painting.

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    I really like your angular take on this - all different places the eye can go - and the colours too

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    Thanks Sabena, Jasminek and hildee for your kind observatinos/comments!
    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

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    Great image Wenkat, it really does evoke all the debris carried by water in tsunami's
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    wenkat, a lovely display with beautiful colours , made me think of broken shards of glass

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    As always, I'm talking about my process looking at your work and so you may want to regard this as a postcard from the travel this painting is going on now that it's done.

    Surprisingly effective, Wenkat, in that through this stylistic expression, you have implied the speed of undermining rushing flood waters below and the shattering on the surface of the comparatively fragile structures of man. It's like the glass windows that are designed to look through, yet keep nature outside, are broken through, thus not merely no longer keeping nature out, but it becomes a hazard in itself.

    Why it's "surprising" is that I would not have thought of doing it this way. So it's a good surprise and kind of artistically expansive to me. Thank you!

    I also like how you seem to be exploring water in its various aspects creating a series of paintings united under that theme. Good device that sets up a comparison between them and it's handy for showing differences and similarities of the different states of the same thing.
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