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Reflecting on a Rainy Day
The sun streams down a cobblestone city street after a downpour. The bottom half of the buildings ahead line the... more
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"Reflecting on a Rainy Day"
The sun streams down a cobblestone city street after a downpour. The bottom half of the buildings ahead line the sides of the road and beneath them a rain puddle reflects the clouds in the sky, the tops of the buildings, and the neon lights that are out of the landscape view. I used shades of turquoise, blue, purple, green, red and orange for my moody abstract cityscape. I ended up taking this in a completely different direction than originally planned, and I am way too pleased with it; in fact, this may be one of my favorite impressionist digital oil paintings of all time. Please visit my City Escapes art collection to see more of my urban artwork.
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My mind lives in a rather strange world of its own, in a state which I tend to refer to as "delightfully twisted." Through my art, which I am vehemently determined to continue to create with as little outside influence as possible, I work tirelessly to interpret the concepts my mind creates in a moment-by-moment barrage of ideas that always seem to come faster than I can realize them in a tangible form. Though my artwork over the past 40 years has evolved from my early days of shooting on film to manifesting itself in many different forms of more contemporary media, from the delicate transparency of digital watercolor, to the no-holds-barred starkness of noir digital photography, to even the fanciful abstract-turned-conceptual properties...