Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistEdward Kinnally Platinum Member CollectionMosaic
'Water Lily' Tucked in behind some tall reeds, the interplay of light and shadows across the flower petals, contrasted by the deep colors of the lily pads and the pond water, This water lily makes an exceptional compostition.
This unique artwork is a digital mosaic where the 'tiles' or 'stones' (tesserae or abaculus) appear to have a 3D look. The image appears to be a high quality photo of a complex and detailed mosaic. The arrangement of the apparent 'stones' is such that they follow the contours of the lily and the pads and reinforce the shapes of the objects. They are not haphazardly placed. The light on the edge of each tile comes from the upper left of the image, similar to the direction from which the sunlight lights the flower.
Award Winning Artist Juried Member; Arizona Art Alliance Juried Member; EBSQ Plus, Self-Representing artists
Best of Show (120 entries) First Place (165 entries Featured Member on Imagekind (several times)
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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