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This could be deep and meaningful, but it’s not. Or is it?
PhotographyCopyright © LiorG 2008
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Thanks a lot Jotham!
– Lior Goldenberg
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Yesh harbe ma lirot… lemashal, yesh olam schalem al hakav hamafrid bein hatzvaiim…. olam had meimadi, aval meanien ledaati.
Reminiscent of Rothko.
I agree… thanks Denis, it’s a nice compliment!
Ellsworth Kelly would be proud…
I hope he had the chance to see it… I’m on his watchlist :-)
very deep. I like it a lot. with all th empty space my eye focuses on the pattern of the line on the edge where the two colors meet. plus the texture in the light color is very nice. but then, I’m weird.
Well, so am I… Your input is much appreciated, John!
LOL!!!You make my laugh so much!
It means they ran out of paint, company is coming and they have to pretend it was all part of a fantastic new decor…LOLProvocative work my friend…hugzzzz
This explains many things about urban design…Thanks a lot Ann!
I hope you put this in the minimalism group.. this is good!
Many thanks Lina!Yes, I put it there, still wait for acceptance. In fact that is the only group this piece really belongs to…
Could that be a wall with Woodchip wallpaper Lior? I do enjoy abstracts. Dare I say this could make a T-shirt design!!
It’s just a wall in a parking area with that texture on it. I guess it will make a t-shirt one day. Thanks a lot Robin!