“When you can bend Reality to your Will — Dreams become Possibilities. -ecj”
“Abstract Glass” was introduced in 2014 and was eventually withdrawn from the Collection. I felt like it did not have that ‘WoW’ factor I was looking for. If you remember what the Original looks like, the 2017 version looks nothing like it. This is a much better interpretation of what I originally had in mind. I hope to jar everyone’s attention with the Colours, Lighting, and Composition.
I’ve had countless brief conversations with Charlotte Hoather (Blog Follower & Opera Singer Extraordinaire) about adding more Colours to my work. Yesterday, yet again, she mentioned Pink and Bright Colours while knowing I tend to stay on the darker side of the palette. However, it’s good to try something different as I’m already experimenting with such a drastic Style change.
I already had a scene with darker pinks and blue in mind, but had no idea the artwork would come out so well. It’s much better than anticipated. Actually, I don’t know what to expect because the photography is manipulated to an extreme degree, which is something I purposefully stayed away from in previous years. Nowadays, it’s becoming a delight as I jump head first into the unknown.
As I always say, each work of art has its own Personality. In the past, I had a better idea of what that was before I began Editing. Now, I take a small guess, but the finished piece is so far away from the Original I can’t possibly anticipate the outcome. There’s a sense of Adventure because of this. I feel like the Lord places an image on my heart to Edit and I start tinkering with it until I have…something.
I still feel at a bit of a loss when it comes to sharing with a viewer what this Style of art means. I have another brand new art piece to share soon and it looks completely different from Abstract Glass. They’re practically polar opposites, but I feel this is important to have in my Collection to keep it from becoming predictable.
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Finally, Abstract Glass is now available through FAA in various sizes on multiple products starting at $34 for the smallest Art Print.
That’s all I have for tonight. Stay tuned to see the next artwork, especially if you love B/W scenes. It’s…interesting. 🙂
Eric Christopher Jackson