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Thread: Darkkening Skies

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    Darkkening Skies

    a swirl of movement into the void...don't get lost!.. hope you enjoy this diversion...
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    This is beautiful, I love the colors .Best wishes Jo x

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOSEPHINE.EARP View Post
    This is beautiful, I love the colors .Best wishes Jo x
    Thank you Jo, I appreciate your support and comments on all my works..

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    A well selected, marvellous palette. The deep dark/ black areas improve the other hues and the brushstrokes and materic effect add the rest to this focused, whirling symphony.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    The reds. . . very visceral. Otherwise I would have likened it to Hurricane Patricia who's weather images were not unlike this in shape. I could pull out a metaphorical analogy with this one as it's a very evocative combination - sort of like a sentence structure -- subject, verb, adjectives, adverbs. . .

    Anyway, can only say good things about the composition and paint application. Good work!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    I like very much this style!
    Congratulations!!!
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    A well selected, marvellous palette. The deep dark/ black areas improve the other hues and the brushstrokes and materic effect add the rest to this focused, whirling symphony.
    thanks dear Caesar, I thought the spiral, circle composition of this would help focus the energy and provide a strong structural element for the textural buildup.. glad you like it..

    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    The reds. . . very visceral. Otherwise I would have likened it to Hurricane Patricia who's weather images were not unlike this in shape. I could pull out a metaphorical analogy with this one as it's a very evocative combination - sort of like a sentence structure -- subject, verb, adjectives, adverbs. . .

    Anyway, can only say good things about the composition and paint application. Good work!
    thanks D Akey, I did see several images of hurricane Patricia and it must has slipped into my unconsciousness as I began this work.. with all the stories of the fear and uncertainty of the people in its path, and the raw power of nature... all great elements for a composition/painting.

    Quote Originally Posted by damasocl View Post
    I like very much this style!
    Congratulations!!!
    thanks damasocl, great to have you leave a comment and I am pleased you enjoyed this..

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    Hi Gary There one thing about your Abstacts nobody can Copy your Work yes I Like them even if they Me CIAO GARY IVAYA CO DIOS

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    Quote Originally Posted by eighty+ View Post
    Hi Gary There one thing about your Abstacts nobody can Copy your Work yes I Like them even if they Me CIAO GARY IVAYA CO DIOS
    Hi Eighty+, yes I sometimes look back at something I did and wonder how I did it myself! Confusion is not a bad state of mind actually, as long as the work moves something in you that is all I ask, understanding something is not that important when it comes to art ( my opinion )... anyway thanks for visiting and leaving a comment, I am heading over to see your latest work!...

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    Has the dynamic feel of the horrific fires in the West this past summer.

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