26 March 2014

Wordless Wednesday 282

Vine Painting, 2014

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Indrani 3/26/14, 7:04 AM  

Wonderful abstract.
Even the withering twines have a beauty of their own.

bermudaonion 3/26/14, 7:30 AM  

I love the vines against the backdrop of horizontal lines. You have a great eye!

rhapsodyinbooks 3/26/14, 8:10 AM  

It's your title that really makes the picture!

Daryl 3/26/14, 9:39 AM  

wonderful ... simple and yet very involving, i wanted to get closer to see the vines and the wood grain

Beth Hoffman 3/26/14, 9:53 AM  

I love how the knots in the wood planks look like dried pods on the vine!

Elizabeth 3/26/14, 11:25 AM  

Lovely composition.

carin 3/26/14, 2:39 PM  

So much going on here amidst the 'nothing' of dormant plant, peeling paint and ancient wood. You can almost feel its anticipation for a bit of warmth. Or, wait, that could be me. (;
Lovely, this.

Hilary 3/27/14, 7:10 AM  

cool… very different

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