I have to say that even though some of what you say indicated you have difficulty working with more angular shapes, it's hard to pick one I like over others. What I enjoy about this one is looking from further away it has a very 3 dimensional quality and a sense of momentum. I also like that for me, I can look at it in several ways and connect what's going on to a completely different scene or energy even on that is placid rather than in momentum.... Not sure if any of that makes sense, just putting some thoughts down.
I'm honored. ^__^ You're doing very well, these are very dynamic, rather enjoyable. I'd love to have something like it on my wall. Sooon[if I ever make a credit card to be available to purchase prints].
An idea occurred to me just now. Would you like to art-trade? I'd really be happy to trade with you. You send me an A3 or A4 print over snail-mail, I send one to you? We agree on the size and would it be with a passe-partout or just the print on some good paper, and all.
The idea sounds great! thought I'm so caught up in everything that is going in my life, that I can't even imagine finding the time to look for a good place to print at, and even if I would, I doubt the prints will have the same appeal as the originals. Mailing canvases can be quite expensive, but paper should be just fine, what do you think?
Yeah, I know a bit about getting caught up in stuff. I'm struggling with a job and renting a flat *and shit*.
I agree that prints, especially on paper, do not have the same appeal as the originals, but that's the cheapest, easiest option, even for me with a monthly income of around 400USD. It would be different if we at least lived on the same continent, hahah, for now paper can do.
You can see how some of my prints look like here: [link] (you can also like the page if you use FB, to get updates and new work) These are printed on low-gloss thick paper and framed with a cardboard passe-partout. A3 is the biggest size.
For our exchange, the paper print with the cardboard frame is quite enough, we can later frame the work properly. Regarding the size, well I guess the A4 can survive transport better. You can pick some of the ones in that album I linked above or this one: [link]. I'll let you know if the selected one is OK to print.
I'd like to get this one, Grey - Red 3, pretty please. And thanks in advance, hvala, if you understand.
This immediately caught my eye when it appeard in my inbox. I think it's wonderful you're pushing yourself out of your comfort zone, it can only lead to more and more improvement. Really like this colour scheme too.