This artwork brings to mind images of breakers crashing against the rocks, tossing ships and raising havoc. But it looks as if the breaker is frozen in time - it looks like a multi-faceted crystal, or a bit from Superman's Fortress of Solitude. Or are those rocks the remains of a petrified forest?
The beauty of an abstract is that each person sees something a little different within the art, and the multitude of textures and the variation throughout the artwork leave plenty for the imagination to play with.
The centerpiece of the art is one three dimensional object, although it does not appear as such. The coloring is built up from many layers to achieve the richness of depth, the variation in the surface textures and the appearance of the different areas of the art.
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Creating art is - for me - a true give and take between what I attempt to do and what the evolving piece makes me do. Often, when I try to push the art in one direction, it responds differently and makes me take it in another. The art itself surprises me, and it directs me into the area it wants to be taken, rather than accepting what I try to make it do. And so I let myself go and the art takes over and the evolution excites, surprises and amazes me. I love it!
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