Attention should focus on a feeling response rather than a rational analysis Imagine walking into the room for the first time.
The purpose of this series is to convey som
A visual image, whether picture or graphic design, needs ‘breathing space’ in order to communicate fully with the viewer. It needs to be exhibited as created by the artist. Reproductions (eg. in books or online) can, at best, provide a useful introduction.
ething of the intended size of the artworks. The images used are from previous posts on this site. Most are abstracts influenced by post abstract expressionism artists.
With apologies to Pete Seeger, the title seems appropriate! The chocolates have been passed around several times – children and grandchildren have made their choice. Now it’s grandad’s turn. But, surprise surprise, all the green oneas have been taken!
Visualized as a large wall panel.
This image is a variation on Abstract 136 posted in 2012 In the original explanation I wrote:
‘One of the most attractive features of autumn is the range of colours produced by nature. But I’m not sure we always appreciate the full extent of that range.
To create the pattern below I used the eyedropper tool to extract the colours from just two or three of my autumn images. No two colours are exactly alike – there are subtle differences – and the selection was by no means exhaustive. It was not the purpose here to indicate or suggest any quantitative balance. Maybe I will attempt that on some other occasion – or maybe not!!! For now let’s just enjoy the colourful pattern.’
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