Wednesday, December 18, 2013

NatureFootstep Abstract


I love creating abstract art, at least I think I do.  It may be that I love doing it because I am not really good at drawing or painting in realism.  So I saved this picture from the group I was doing for MOM because it seemed to fit "NatureFootstep Abstract".  Hope you like it ...
Stay warm (or cool) whichever the case may be:)

10 comments:

  1. I am in awe, again, at your artistic talent. And yes, it is decidedly stay cool here today. It is going to be HOT, and tomorrow worse.

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  2. Cool textures and colors...love the results♪ Have a wonder filled week! http://lauriekazmierczak.com/tundra-out-there/

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  3. I really DO like this Andrea.

    And I loved your mourning dove post below.

    Merry Christmas to you from me!

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  4. I am not an abstracty person, but this is quite interesting and I like colors. It's sunny and cold here today. Supposed to warm up a speck this afternoon. I hope so because I want to get out and do my last bit of shopping. You have a wonderful day my friend. Hugs, Edna B.

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  5. Wow, what great colors and bold design! This would make a nice canvas - or a great scarf.

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  6. Hi Andrea. I love the colours and rhythm in this abstract.

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  7. I do like it! Love those rich, warm colours.

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  8. i totally love this andrea! It has amazing depth of color. I love doing stuff like this and then printing it up and using it in my journals! Makes me, who cannot draw stick people, also feel very artistic. Our own digital art! Thank you on your kind comment on my little doggie. i will miss him, and it is hard , even though I knew it was coming. Hard I think to decide when is the right moment for something like putting your dog down. As a medical oriented person.... have a different focus, and hard to give up the idea we just can't fix some things, no matter what our level of patience and persistance. I appreciate your comments though. Love to you in this Christmas season, and hope you have a special holiday. Best to you from your Texas friend!

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  9. it is a happy image. I can see a big smile in there. :)

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