Wednesday, February 18, 2015

TWILIGHT LANDSCAPE by TOM BROWN

Yesterday I showed an abstract painting and I mentioned the relationship between my abstracts and realistic subjects. As an extension of that discussion here is a realistic-based subject for comparison with that abstract.

Here you can easily see the underlying foundation that consists of an abstract arrangement of shapes, colors and textures.

A strong abstract foundation of any composition creates a more dynamic and powerful painting. Color handling, movement and flow, drama and subtlety, juxtaposition of value masses and the relationship of shapes, colors and textures all play important roles in creating a dramatic abstract OR realistic composition that will stand the test of time.

Questions? Email me at tombrownstudio@cox.net

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