This brings to mind thoughts of burning books – the censorship of the title?
Thanks Noeline – that was my intention!. It is the first time I have posted an image that is not developed or derived from a photograph, (however abstract some of my pictures are). I had been looking at Abstract Expressionist paintings (Rothko, Still, Newman) and decided to experiment with colour fields using just Photoshop. Censorship was in the news at the time and I felt a match between the two.
I’m currently reading ‘What Are You Looking At?’ by Will Gompertz; a brilliantly written book for an art ignoramus like myself and the whole colour theory and emotional response is fascinating. Great timing!
Great timing indeed! I’m also reading the Gompertz and thoroughly enjoying it.
I think it makes the point.
I like reading about how this came about. You’re always thinking and experimenting – it keeps it interesting, doesn’t it?
Thanks Lynn.You’re right – these days I spend most of my time experimenting and exploring.
Yes indeed, compelling!
… and love how it came about, a perfect match indeed!
Thanks Gigi. You clearly enjoyed it.
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