The title of this picture is Rosa Black 2.
This is one of the first images for which I toned down the abstractness by adding shadows. I wasn’t trying to eliminate it, just tip the balance more toward surreal. The touch of realism added by the shadows accomplishes that.
There’s a danger with abstract imagery. When it doesn’t look like anything in particular it can become uninteresting and look like a bunch of random shapes unskillfully thrown together.
So my goal here, and in all my work to this point, is to produce imagery that looks like ‘something’ as opposed to a random jumble.
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Archival-quality prints of this piece are available. Options include framed and unframed fine art paper and canvases.
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