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abstract, red, pure, forms, symmetrical, minimal, symbolical
Interesting image and title Anne…
thank you, Richard ! The japanese word ‘ki’ means essence …
– anne reeskamp
I love this!
that’s very nice, Sarah… thank you for commenting on my ‘ki’ ! :))
I have no idea what this is, but it is beautiful. love the differing tones and the clarity.
Thank you, Christine ! :)). It’s about simplicity and forms… I love that combination ;)
stunning to view.
Thanks for your lovely comment, Therese :))
square pegs into round holes: a challenge to structural engineers for millennia. now you have your go. we see a work-in-progress, as the quest for essence always is, progress often (always?) being more essential than results.
it’s an art in itself to prevent arriving somewhere, don’t you think ? ;). Thanks, Peter :)))
That’s a wonderful treat ! Thank you very much, DLKeur :))
Great graphic – love the different shades of red.
thanks a lot, Jan ! Always nice to receive your lovely comments ! :))
I have no any idea what is this beautiful abstract :)
Me neither, Maris… just a combination of forms ! Thank you :))
It is a beautiful abstract, and, I think, it could be the image in the head of a potter when he/she starts working.
a good guess, Henk… the inner form is based on a picture of the topside of a ceramical pot ! Thanks very much :))