4/25/11

ROTATE MORE

Here's the new Atelier acrylic abstract painting turned on its side.  Just now I adjusted the color to be closer to the actual painting, too.  Better? 

Or upside down? 
I like it better these two ways, with the horizontal format being my favorite.  Thanks for your comments, too.  Sure appreciate your taking the time to give your opinion.

11 comments:

Vicki Holdwick said...

This I love! The other orientation did nothing for me. What a difference.

xoxo

Billie Crain said...

This orientation makes more sense to me, Sandy. I could not see any faces in this painting. My imagination must be on vacation.:( Now it looks like reflections in a pond. It has become a more tranquil piece after flipping, IMO. Either way, I like it.

Christiane Kingsley said...

I like it both ways, Sandy...what a difference though this simple rotation makes...you end up with two very different paintings!

AK said...

Interesting work Sandy.

Dawn said...

way better!

meera said...

I think I like it better horizontal :) The colors and textures are beautiful! Do you seal these yupo acrylic paintings befor framing?

jane minter said...

i really like the perspective and energy of the one below sandy ... turn horizontial it becomes more restful almost looking into a reflection wondering what is above .

devotedmomof7 said...

I totally agree with Jane's comment about the totally different energy of each direction, but I LOVE it horizontally. It gives a glassy watery look that is serene while setting off the dynamics of the yellow shapes.

Sadami said...

Dear Sandy,
In the first work, I see His face and wonder slight letters just above it? Your work gives me inspirations. Thank you for sharing them.
Best wishes, Sadami

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Oh! no the Easter piece has much more meaning to me (both into spiritual pieces at present - didn't realise it was the Easter vibes calling me!) Love the idea of the added half hidden text. I think its brilliant as the almost shattered face of Christ.

Anna said...

Oh how I love it rotated. At first glance I really thought it was a puddle on a sidewalk with a yellow home/building reflecting into it!!!