mikec wrote:I like the pictures, the angles and the textures but I did not like at all the frames. They were the first things that stuck my eyes.
Ernst-Ulrich Schafer wrote:Hey Duck, Kodos for you getting out there and stretching those eyes. I like both image alot, especially the graphic quality of them. Presentation for me is nice, maybe not so big with the 2nd canvas.
Best to ya, Ernst
Duck wrote:(Warning, gushing admiration ahead)
I make no lie that I really (REALLY) admire the work of our own Ernst-Ulrich Schafer. Specially his more abstract art pieces. But I'm not the only one so I feel I'm in good company here. Seeing what Ernst shares here on this forum has pushed me to see beyond the obvious, something I get stuck in because of my more commercial product work. This past weekend I held a meet up designed specifically to pull us out of our comfort zones and force us to look for images we otherwise would not bother with. During that time I came across several architectural elements I felt worth exploring. This image is one of those (I'll post others later.) Let me know what you think about this particular piece. Does the subject hold any interest? Does the processing and presentation add or detract from it? What, if anything, can be done to improve on the subject? Thanks in advance.
St3v3M wrote:I too have found inspiration here and am proud our little family is doing everything it can to help us to see! [...]
Duck wrote:St3v3M wrote:So true, Steve. Just like your "Stair Fall" image, I too was inspired by our very own Mr. Schafer to "look beyond the typical." I feel we all need a good push out of our norm sometimes in order to advance artistically. These are two example I normally would not consider doing had it not been for this community.
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