I toyed with adding a subtitle such as ‘The Montagues and the Capulets’ or ‘The Jets and the Sharks’ but resisted the temptation!
Filed under Abstract photos, Art, Colour, Pattern, photography, Uncategorized
Tagged as abstract pattern, Jets and Sharks, Montagues and Capulets, Pooh sticks, Romeo and Juliet, West Side Story
Glad you resisted! I like titles which leave it open to the person looking at it! great image – love it!
Thanks Lois. I agree with you. I use titles occasionally for my abstracts but, when I do,, I try to leave room for the viewer’s imagination. I hope for a feeling response rather than a narrative interpretation.
Yes indeed… although as a writer narrative is my ‘thing’, the spontaneous and open response is necessary for visual art… love your work!
A really good one!
Many thanks Elena.
This makes me think of cuneiform – the primitive impulse to make a mark – the colors you chose work so well with the scratches.
I understand the connection. I loved the simplicity.
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