Love the bright yellow sun shining through on the fourth one. I feel like I have to squint as I look st it!
Joje, love your description and the squint factor—thank you! I'm using that photo as my desktop/screensaver currently and I love its warm radiance.
Lovely JOY filled messes all :) The red and yellow looks like a finished abstract ;)
Lots of joy in playing with this big canvas, making happy messes all over the place! I like the red and yellow—for the time being it IS a finished abstract as my desktop wallpaper : )
Back in business. Got help from Blogger Forum, but I found the culprit in an extension I recently installed to block ads etc. Ghostery!!! Disabled and now I can POST! Love the orange and reds, actually all are interesting.Go girl go !
Back atcha: go girl go!—kudos to you for figuring out your cyber snafu. I'm impressed! And glad to have you back! The orange and reds have drawn much attention, and I'm just now noticing that in my photographing of them, I borrowed edges from surrounding blocks in the grid which made for a richer composition.
Still have location to fix.
I really enjoy seeing these snippets...this, and that, and SKIIING?????
Thanks, Jen! Yes, this, and that.But I return your question: … "and SKIING?????"
Hi Dotty,I especially like the pieces with the letters in it. Not only because the graphical elements, but also because the more or less primary colors. (Just shot a video about this topic, that's why my eye catches it, I think).
Hi Simone, thanks! Love your feedback about what you notice and why. You keep me thinking and investigating as I approach my BIG canvas each day.
If I can only pick one....Am drawn to the blue - the brush marks, layers of colour peaking through and scratchy mark making. They are all great - lots of variety - such a great way to experiment!
oh, fun! You picked a favorite from this batch! Love hearing the specifics of what has drawn you to that one. This format is encouraging all sorts of experimentation that I know I would not do so freely if each were on a physically separate substrate.
I keep forgetting to tell you how much I like your new banner. Although not so new now I guess!
Oh, thank you for taking the time to comment on my banner. LOL: not so new now in its tenure as a banner (21st day here, 10 more days to go) and not so new in its tenure overall (created at the end of Nov 2015)! It's a favorite, though, and from my earliest playing with abstraction.