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I really hate to put so much work into something and then post
it as “Untitled.” Sometimes I just can’t thing of anything to call it,
but I will try my darndest to come up with a name. While I was contemplating this, I saw an aerial view of rooftops and city streets below. It made me think of the lengths we go through to compartmentalize ourselves and to protect our personal space with barriers, both concrete and emotional. Don’t get me wrong: civilization is good … I like my creature comforts. But I have always been able to feel lonely in a crowd.

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abstract, aerial, barrier, boundaries, city, cubicle, geometric, grid, isolation, street

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  • GittiArt
    GittiArtover 6 years ago

    Just beautiful !!!

  • Thanks very much.

    – Ginny Schmidt

  • Tron
    Tronover 6 years ago

    This is very nice work, and your narrative is very thought provoking….

  • Verret
    Verretover 6 years ago

    I like the wave and the tones in it. Thanks for putting it up.

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanover 6 years ago

    oh this is just incredible, fantastic!

  • Richard Murch
    Richard Murchover 6 years ago

    .. yes really interesting work.. colro, shape and form…./

  • Auzriell
    Auzriellover 6 years ago

    Very, Very colorful……Nicely done :-)

  • felixx
    felixxover 6 years ago

    Wow, i wonder what the inspiration for this one was. Just love the patterns and colours.

  • Thanks, Karen, and everyone above. As far as inspiration, it is all just serendipity; I get an urge and start playing with colors, and pretty much just see what will happen. More times than not, even tho the process is therapeutic, the result is a just a pure mess, and gets deleted. Sometimes I’m not sure, and I will save it to ponder whether I should put it up or not. But when I’m done, if I can look at it and think that’s pretty cool, I want to share it. Glad you like it.

    – Ginny Schmidt

  • jamiewinter
    jamiewinterover 6 years ago

    just so wonderful!!!!!!

  • Nanmarie
    Nanmarieover 6 years ago

    this looks like a blueprint for an office environment that you added some real quality too…. probably the only place that could happen to a blueprint for a corporate office setting. It’s absolutely beautiful.

  • Thank you, Nancy. Now that you mention it, it is not all that different from the cubicle layout drawn up when my old office was remodeling.

    – Ginny Schmidt

  • intheflesh
    inthefleshover 6 years ago

    Great work, very thought provoking

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