Sunday, August 3, 2014

Mandarin Orange Monday

Pure Orange Abstractions ...

Source ...
There isn't much I can say about the process ... as you can see I just went on and on and could still be if I didn't run out of time.  This was just an exercise in fun.  Hope you enjoy:)

Happy MOM

Also linked to Feline Art Friday


  1. Vibrant - and stunning. And thank you for the source. I doubt I would have guessed it even on a snowy day in hell.

  2. Love this, you are invited to share this here:

  3. Nice use of colour manipulation - makes me think about doing some images of crystals as well - but there is only so much time in a week!

    I am surprised I did not get a bit more of a rise out of my Green Man post last week - some people are very, very sensitive about any comments about their belief systems! I am not religious, but I find belief systems in themselves interesting.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

  4. Wow...I never would have guessed the simple crystal was your muse. Your creation is gorgeous!

  5. Very nice Andrea. My favorite is the fifth version down with the turquoise and green added in. I agree with KMcB that I never would have guessed what the source was.

    I can't chat long, there is a fellow in my driveway installing a remote starter in my car. He is going to have to show me how to use this new gadget. I had one before but that car had a key to start with. This car is a "no key" starter so the remote will be a bit different.

    You and Izzi have a fabulous day, hugs, Edna B.

  6. 2nd one is my your processing progressions♪

  7. So much hot molten energy! Like flowing lava. I can't visualize getting there from the crystal.... you have quite an artistic flare.

  8. I like the way you went on and on:) I enjoy doing that too..which is why I was saying that I found it hard using a PSelements instead of PS.. I had to keep stopping and looking and finding where to go... I am sure I will get used to it as well in time. Your images got bolder and bolder as you went on and on, don't you think? My favourites are the 4th and 5th. And speaking of crystals, I brought my grandson home a colourful cluster of crystals (the sort you hang) and he was amazed. He said he thought crystals were only in books! He added...that's just what i always wanted:)) I should have photographed it,, I will ask my son to do it and show you soon. I have one very much like you have there..but it doesn't father gave it to me.. I may not be crystal but it is beautiful. I also have part of my mother's crystal collection (my sister and i shared.. I chose the tiny little ones). Thanks Andrea, for your visit, your art and your words on Mandarin Orange Monday:)

  9. Nice abstractions! The bit of turquoise really sets it off