|Perception II by April M. Rimpo|
My husband enjoys astronomy so I get to see a lot of pictures of celestial objects: galaxies, nebula, black holes, star clusters. It surprises me how the filter astronomers use on their images to emphasize different aspects of a celestial object cause different parts of the sky to appear as different colors. As I worked on this painting my goal was to use color to simulate this same effect.
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Thank you, Sheila.Delete
I love that you are dissecting your total piece - very unique! You keep us guessing...ReplyDelete
I also love the galactic quality.
Thank you. Some days I wonder whether I can keep this approach going, some days are more of a struggle than others to remember that while keeping them abstract they still need to fit together in the end.Delete
I am happy to enjoy the paintings as abstracts and this one is lovely. I particularly like the mesh-like netting lines in the background.ReplyDelete
I'm glad to hear that, Rolina. I was afraid the mesh would distract but I think it has ended up having an integrating quality. I love the unexpected.Delete
Very cool abstract....KMWReplyDelete
Thanks, Kay. Tomorrow you get to see the over-arching composition that this series results in.Delete