Two digital paintings below I created yesterday. They are unique as I am unable to recreate them (a program I use has no tutorials and so I experiment with it until I like some results).
I ask you to look at the paintings and let me know if you like any of them and what, in your opinion, they express.
Below are 4 new paintings.
The first one I used to get three others.
Please let me know if you like any of them.
After publishing the story “ULTIMATUM” I decided to check further how my first digital paintings (made in January and February of 2014) look after processing with the kaleidoscope effect.
I want to stress one more time that before January 2014 I’ve never painted anything and I believed that I had no chance to learn how to paint.
However, I met many good artists in different countries and some of them highly valued my opinions of their art (there are still very polite and patient people).
Tonight I can proudly state that all my paintings are unique. For 80 years of my lives I produced less than 20 paintings. So I think that collectors must pay a lot for each of them.
My discovery of the painting and photo editing program with the kaleidoscope effect allowed me to produce more interesting unique paintings in seconds.
Below are kaleidoscope paintings based on my 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th paintings.
Please let me know which of them you like. Thank you!
Internet is sick in the Carriage House!
I can’t see even 10% of your wonderful posts!
There is no way to write a story and post it!
So I decided to share this photo.
It has texture and other things in it.
Hope you’ll like it.
I follow Alan Cring’s photography since October, 2013.
Today I asked his permission to display the photo below that he shared with the Google Photo Community. He kindly agreed and also gave me links I asked about.
The quote below explains the spirit of Alan’s photography:
“…I need not go far to find beauty, mystery, adventure, and wonder. When I am spending the hours finding these unexpected scenes to photograph, I am at once both at peace and in quiet excitement about what I’ll find and how I will photograph it. I will allow other photographers the cities, the monuments, and the trappings of the unquiet world that far too often lives only for itself as it consumes its people who are so fearful of silence, self-reliance, and occasional loneliness. As for me, I get to stand in the cathedral whose canopy is the sky, whose floor is the land, and whose trappings are nature in all its colors, aromas, and shapes.” Alan Cring
Below are links to Alan Cring’s Galleries and Store: