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Thread: HE - SyneWave

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    HE - SyneWave

    another exploration of Hard Edge ( HE ) and geometrical asymmetric line work and textures... hope you enjoy ..
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    Dear Gary, unfortunately the sudden translation of word sine (clear Latin etymology) evokes in my language both a trigonometrical function and a wonderful place to sail (or surf) ... I cannot but enjoy.
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    Caesar...two wonderfully appropriate views of this one..

    Amanda... I should have put a warning so viewer is seated prior to viewing..

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    great piece Gary. love the experiment.

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    Thanks Albert. I appreciate the support.. you never know where these ideas will lead...

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    I wasn't crazy about this one until I looked at the whole image (I'm on a laptop) and then I could see how beautiful it is! Very nice!
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    The contrasts keep it busy and the harmonies quiet it down ... So it's visually exciting and yet calmly composed, as city lights are at night ...
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    Neal... thanks for giving this a chance... it does not have that readily grasp subject and is reliant on texture , color harmonies and line movements to interest and intrigue..

    chinapete.. thanks for viewing and I appreciate your perceptive comments..

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    Excellent. Not what one might call restful to the eyes. But it's a really fine piece. It divides the canvas up in a natural 2 dimensional way. Alludes to a school that exploits geometry. But this feels very active as opposed to static both in the usual connotation of what these waves monitor, but also the vertical screen you placed over it, to me, requires a sort of re-attaching the slices to the whole. It's also suggestive of dissecting the graph, which could allude to what you're doing with your course of exploration in what makes Art in this direction. Cool!
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