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Thread: HE - AR1... color explorations

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    HE - AR1... color explorations

    more on color and textures. I couldn't really come of with a title to hint at content... so what ever you imagine this to be works...I was thinking of a more organic and texture multi layer composition after the style of Arthur Dove.
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    I like the blue pallet. I would say that this is a success.
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    Great colours and shapes, Gary, when I first looked I thought of a boat heading into a big wave

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    Blue Beans

    Another one in my favorite category. The line arrangement in this work has a synchronous feel to it.
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    J Witt, justjean and iceaxe ... thanks for commenting... Maybe I should amend the title to "Blue Wake"??... always enjoy all your comments and observations.. a critical piece for an abstractionist like myself is to know what effect the work has on others...

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    Gary, I can't get microscopic view out of my mind. But that's OK right? It's very impressive!
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    thanks Neal.. it does have that aspect of looking at something throught a microscope..

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