sea of love by sunset

Photographic Prints

Small (8.3" x 8.0")

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It began as a pattern and a search for abstraction and happiness in shape.
It turned into circles and stripes.
Before I knew it, all eyes were looking at me: when I just need to be me.
Are they part of me, or something that passes. Or both.
Everything is one when immersed in the sea of love.


  • Alyssa Medina
    Alyssa Medinaover 6 years ago

    beautiful! i love the colours and the abstractness! the blue is a prefect touch.

  • thanks Lys. I like the blue too.

    Abstractness is a great thing to achieve-especially when we as human see stories in everything!

    – sunset

  • Wendy  Slee
    Wendy Sleeover 6 years ago

    how true…..and what a vibrant, “happy” piece of art to celebrate

  • Rose Moxon
    Rose Moxonover 6 years ago

    love this!

  • robtclements
    robtclementsover 6 years ago

    Looks wonderful in reality; & this reproduction isn’t bad, either

  • Tine  Wiggens
    Tine Wiggensover 6 years ago

    Very beautiful and cheerful bright, vibrant and happy!

  • Jenny Dean
    Jenny Deanover 6 years ago

    tis a beauty, do you really just start out and paint??? I am lacking energy and inspiration, tho booked into a charcoal and acrylics class in a week or so, what ever that means, abstract, go with the flow, maybe a bit of direction….

  • Carmen  Cilliers
    Carmen Cilliersover 6 years ago

    great work. love it!

  • Steven  Sandner
    Steven Sandnerover 6 years ago

    Beautiful work, love the deep colors and movement in this image!

  • sunset
    sunsetover 6 years ago

    hi jenny

    yeah, I really just sit down and paint-often!

    I am sometimes compelled by an inner unseen art work. Often, I am drawn to it (haha) then begin and look at what’s forming and decide. At each stage I reassess. eg begin w shape n maybe colour, change my mind, overlay, rebuild

    …fish are a reoccurring theme: though there are many here. In my early 20’s I was ALWAYS drawing them…(hehe, more puns) a sea of fish have been recreated.

    I have an encyclopedia of them I sometimes use, I drew those, put them on shiny material, did an underwater mural, got wood fish shapes cut out and had them hanging over the mural…they didn’t last long-people wanted souvenirs!

  • David Sandercoe
    David Sandercoeover 6 years ago

    …hi sunset…. you are a true artist…!!!
    and i love to hear the workings of the mind….

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