Working some more with my Blowing in the wind image. This work was created in the Solo exhibition abstract worksop and is inspired by the Bob Dylan song Blowing in the windFGEATURED in THE GROUP on 21/8/12
abstract impressionist different unique pauline wherrell wind blur
Thanks so much Sylvia.
Of course I had to compare, and it seems like the main (or only) difference is the lightening of the lower right. To me that has the effect of making the entire image feel more ethereal, and I like the change.
Thanks so much Celeste for your lovely comment and fave. That is the only change really. I did do some more work but decided to go with this one for the final image for this work in the workshop. The other work was an image straight from the camera.
Oh, I like this one too Pauline. It’s softer and seems to drift while I watch. Fantastic!
Thanks so much Richard. The other one was straight from the camera but in the workshop Frannie made a suggestion that I lighten the area at the front to this is the result and my final piece for the workshop. It has been such fun to participate in and I have learnt so much!
Excellent Image! 08/21/2012
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Thanks so much for featuring this work in your group
Such a warm and pleasing colour!
Thanks so much Davina
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Thanks so much Liz and for the fave.
Pauline, I love those summery warm watermelon colours and the soft hazy green of the grasses blowing in the wind. It is just so lovely to look at…
Thanks so much Helen for your wonderful comment and fave – the workshop was such fun!
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