Floral Variations #2

Posted by Ernest Cadegan on Fri, 04/17/09 08:55
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Comments by Ruth Rittichier on Fri, 04/17/09 10:06

Nice change in style.


Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Fri, 04/17/09 15:39

I prefer this image over your previous posting. There is a symmetrical between the top and bottom of the image, the muted colors work particularly well with a black background color, and there is a paintlike feel to the composition. In this case the horizontal banding creates the sense of a painting produced on window blinds.


Comments by Maria Salvador on Fri, 04/17/09 16:13

Beautifully worked - and pretty!


Comments by els mo on Fri, 04/17/09 19:01

Interesting.
Have you tried experimenting with an uneven amount of flowers? I notice you have a tendency to go for 'even' (horses, birds etc). I think 'uneven' subjects make an image stronger.

I hope this makes sense.
: )


Comments by Ernest Cadegan on Fri, 04/17/09 19:14

Thanks Els: I don't really get too hung up on the even/uneven thing. I just do what works for me at the time, especially my outdoor work. There will be some uneven pieces in this series but I didn't plan that specifically. I just proceeded as things and material came available.


Comments by Linda Frey on Fri, 04/17/09 23:22

It has a look of rubbings, or maybe pencil crayon drawings.


Comments by Rory Hudson on Sat, 04/18/09 05:24

I tend to think it would be better without the horizontal bands. Colour scheme is beautiful, though.