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Digital art, created using the mouse inside of Windows MS Paint program.

For me, art is essentially a process of self-discovery. It’s also a very long process as well; depending on just how much you wish to go learn about yourself; and, how willing you are to take risks…and, indeed, keep on taking risks in order to know more.

In my time, I have tried doing many different art forms; some inspired by old masters/and, some inspired by masters who are new. This particular work, I feel is Modrian inspired.

The way I went and created it was, first, create a grid of 3 vertical coloured lines; and, then, break this up, and, expand it…just to see where the composition is going to go next…??? You might decide you like this colour/or, not; but, if not; then, quite simply, change it…; you might decide you like this line being placed here/or, not…if not, change it. Eventually, this was the final composition which my mind decided to agree on was ‘right’.

In the process of trying to create the final composition; I discovered that my mind likes things to be ordered; and, symmetrical shapes are a lot more pleasing than are non-symmetrical; that certain colours seem to work very well with one another; whilst others tend to clash, and, thus, break up the overall sense of harmony; that, too simple is boring/and, too complex extremely confusing?! Ultimately, it was both an enjoyable and interesting exercise to try.

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microsoft, ms paint, modrian

NAME: Paul Ramnora
AGE: 49
LOCATION: UK/London (born/brought up/living)
INTERESTS: General Art(s), General Computing/Programming, General Education/-etc.
LEARNING DISABLITIES: ADD/Attention Deficit Disorder, AS/Aspergers Syndrome
NOTE: I’m mostly a self-taught artist. I like all arts: drawing/painting/sculpting/origami/writing/-etc.

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  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 2 years ago

    Nice work Paul!

  • Thanks a lot for coming here to view; and, leave me with such splendid comments. ;-)

    I recall creating this work after already having gone and completed doing a Morley College Fine Arts Pre-Foundation art course in UK/London; which lasted for 12 weeks long. The course content concentrated mostly on exploring modern day ‘abstract’/and, also, ‘conceptual’ art; and, included doing such things as drawing/life drawing/print making/sculpture/etc. Thus, for a time, I moved away from doing ‘realistic representations’; and, decided, instead, to practice doing ‘abstract’ a whole lot more. It was fun constantly experimenting away; aiming to use different materials/mediums: paper/canvas/print making/wood/metal/clay/-etc. I should have gone on to study Fine Arts Foundation for the rest of the whole entire year; but, decided I really can’t afford the fees! Well, maybe, this coming September 2012, I will change my mind; and, decided to pursue doing the full yearly course, after all.

    – paulramnora

  • Roger Mann
    Roger Mannover 2 years ago

    For so many reasons I’m drawn to this – it’s where the digital work blends perfectly with the masters of modern abstraction.

  • This work is the price one pays for going to so called art school; Morely College, 12 x weeks, Fine Art Pre-Foundation; where they taught me all about modern arts; generally speaking, I much prefer to do realistic forms, instead. However, I’m not saying that I don’t appreciate modern art, especially, when it’s good…just yesterday, I saw the work of Damien Hirst on TV…not bad; but, I must confess I myself was never really that good at it; all I can say, is at least I gave it a try. ;-) LOL

    – paulramnora

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