Friday, July 23, 2010

HONG KONG

6x6 oil on Ampersand Gessobord
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This is another submission to Bill Guffy's Virtual Paintout. It is unclear where in Hong Kong this is located. These small houses were located at the end of a street - or ally. The abstract quality attacted me.

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12 comments:

  1. I love the composition and colors here, Linda. The abstract qualities are very appealing. Terrific!

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  2. I love abstraction and this is really nice. I like the subtle variations in color. Very nice!

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  3. The abstractness makes it a simple and lovable composition,specially because, you havent used any contrast color for the back ground.

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  4. oh nice simplified abstracted forms here ! so nice!

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  5. The abstract! Yes! I love that everything is broken down to painterly elements, yet there is no conflict between all that and the representational aspect.

    Well done.

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  6. Really terrific Abstract feel, Linda! I also love the muted palette with the judicious touches of red and orange.

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  7. Linda, this is very appealing. The soft palette is very easy to enjoy and has a comforting feel. The abstraction of the buildings is wonderful and I love the touch of blue on the top of the middle square/building. It's a nice touch being so close to the orange rooftop.

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  8. I do like the abstraction of it.

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  9. I like the abstract quality too, and the harmonious colors. Very nice!!!
    Joan

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  10. I so love the graphic somewhat ethereal look of this, it's very very cool!

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  11. Yes, I love the abstract shapes too and the simplicity with which you painted them. Great!

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  12. Nice painting Linda. I like the understated colors and looseness of it.

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