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zaterdag 19 juli 2014

The raspberry -tangerine-lemon light of dawn


At first I could not handle the color palette of "the colors of summer" this week: Raspberry, Tangerine and Lemon.
But after some time they reminded me, beside ice cream colors :), of  the colors of dawn. So I decided to digital transforn the  "stream'-landscapes of my last post into "The raspberry-tangerine-lemon light of dawn".

And, besides that, two things passed my mind:
the text of Leonard Cohen: "There's a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in". 
And the Willem de Kooning painting: "Rosy-Fingered Dawn at Louse Point". You can see it here

To see more on this theme, just visit Kristin's blog here. Thank you Kristin for hosting!

9 opmerkingen:

Sue Marrazzo zei

Nice work!!
Cool colors.

Cindy McMath zei

Eric, every time I come to your blog I'm delighted to see your work. I am going to try to keep up with you after SOC - I love your abstracts!

froebelsternchen Susi zei

just fab what you did with the color combo!


Sharon Fritchman zei

Wonderful and absolutely beautiful way to used this week's colors, Eric! Thank you for sharing your talents with all of us.

Kristen Donegan zei

color names like that make me hungry- I think what you did with them is very sophisticated :)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth zei

I also thought of sunrise/sunsets when I first saw this week's colors. I think you have created a digital masterpiece. It's definitely one that I will remember for a long time. You make wonderful art, even if it's out of your comfort zone!

Kristin zei

Thank you! xo

Jo Murray zei

Hot, Hot, Hot!

Caterina Giglio zei

you are far braver than I... they turned out quite well.. it is good to move from the comfort zone, even if you, like me always go back to it...

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