Tag: abstract

May 02 2012

Color and shape

I wound up preparing 16 images for the May abstract show, only to discover there would be room for at most ten of them. There was no question in my mind that the two sets of images I’d posted previously (fresnels and piano) would be part of the show. So much for my conscious effort …

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Apr 30 2012

Tickled by the ivories

Here’s the next set of images that will be on display at Avanti Art & Design during the month of May. (In case you missed the first set, you can find them here.) This was a perfect example of being in the right place at the right time and picking up the closest phone camera …

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Apr 27 2012

To the lighthouse

I’m getting ready for an abstract show that’s opening in a couple weeks, deciding which images to include and getting them ready to hang. I was appalled pleasantly surprised to realize that every single one of the dozen or so images under consideration was taken with that other camera – the one with the ringtone. …

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Jul 26 2011

You’re getting warmer

I’m increasingly drawn to creating abstract images. Not only are they interesting in their own right, but moving away from representational work allows me to be a little freer with artistic interpretation as well. The image below is a reflection of a retaining wall on the surface of Lake Washington.

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Jan 03 2011

Simple abstraction

I’ve read and heard it a thousand times: Don’t go for the obvious. A unique viewpoint will give you a better image. This one’s anything but obvious. In fact, you’re probably wondering what the heck it is.

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