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I like this image …. a lot! I like its free flowing lines of different weight and thickness, the variety of textures, and the interconnectedness of random shapes. The (almost) complete absence of colour encourages my eyes to explore the movements and rhythms within the image.
I’ve not attempted to suggest a narrative title – I just enjoy the piece on its own terms.
Click the image to enlarge if you wish!
The source for this abstract was the Barbed Wire post https://lagill6.wordpress.com/2012/11/22/barbed-wire/
No introduction is needed – though I would welcome your comments. Just relax and enjoy! (A glance back to the text of this link might be helpful: Abstract 128 Revisited
When introducing Abstract 122 ‘Crocus’ I wrote, ‘My interest is primarily in the colours, the lines, the textures and, above all, the feelings evoked in the viewer.’ The source of the present ‘abstract’ is a cyclamen and the colour range, as the title indicates, is restricted to shades of pink. Again I am mainly interested in the instinctive response of the viewer. This is not a botanical record.