Drifting planes (
6000 x 4500 px )
NOTE: The poster and canvas previews may look a little blurry and dim but the actual physical products look fine.
Colorful abstract art can be very stimulating. The right combination of colors and shapes can have a positive influence on the mood of the viewer and the space surrounding the image. |
Colors are everywhere and have different meanings in various cultures. In the western culture some colors have more or less universal meaning. Green symbolizes nature, and it is a refreshing and calming color. Blue, the color of the sky and ocean, is peaceful and has a tranquil effect on the body and mind. Yellow is the color of the sun, it stimulates and gives optimism and hope.
Drifting planes is the first of my ongoing abstract art series of dynamic, planar views of colors and forms interwoven in motion. This is a kinetic stream of colorful rectangularity.
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Great Work. A Masterpiece!
Ethan from UK wrote:||December 17, 2010|
ooohhh pretty colours
Ben from USA wrote:||November 18, 2010|
I would have to say that this is better than the Mona Lisa.
I really like this one.
Very creative use of form and color.
Aaron from USA wrote:||November 7, 2008|
What gets me here are the colors - marvelous!
Tanya from France wrote:||March 31, 2008|
There is a lot of originality in your work, which is refreshing. You take the time to be creative with the art software rather than just rely on near default settings so many other artists do.
Vingummi from Sweden wrote:||March 3, 2008|
judy from U.S.A wrote:||February 19, 2008|
lol..*^_^* reminds me of sticky notes...it's a nice effect..is it through photoshop?
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