I like the simplicity in the colored area, not much texture, very soft and almost cloud-like. And then the contrasting gears and the DETAIL in there, just WOW! The composition is intriguing in the sense that you really feel that the gears are under the colors, especially because the border makes me think of crumpled paper, being peeled away, and exposing the gears, and yet the gears are still coming at you, letting you know they are important. What was the reason for using the neutral cream/white in the center? Just for contrast, or is there symbolism that I am missing? I like how the gears also just swirl/string away on the top left, it supports why I think the gears ripped through the colors to expose themselves. Thank you very much for this!
i love this! normally i dont like abstract things, because some people go so simple that it can hardly become art however, this is a simple message but with so many complex things and gears and it just has a feeling nice
I hope you don't mind me saying this cause that's an awesome painting but it kinda looks like a map to me. Then again, I like maps for some weird reason so there might be some connection there or something.
This is gorgeous. I thoroughly enjoy your use of color and all of the intricate details that make up this work. The use of negative space is fantastic. and though it's very dark and full at the bottom and light and empty at the top it doesn't read as bottom heavy and works very well as a cohesive piece. Well done.