Seeking Piet the Minimalist #1
Used a scanner to make a jpeg of the landscape…. then digitally blurred it out with software ACDSee. From there just let the creative process take over and played in the sandpit of life.
This being the first attempt at the motifs used here as a digital artwork, I may look into it deeper. Not quite sure if it works…. will see.
The most potent muse of all is our inner child. – Stephen Nachmanovitch
Seeking Piet the Minimalist #2
Second attempt definitely visually more appealing to me as the first attempt. As it should be. Do like the push and pull effect with the blurred images in relation with the unblurred.
Music still Yusef Lateef but the tune is titled “Yesterdays”, great flute playing by Yusef.
Seeking Piet the Minimalist #3
YES… this now has potential to become part of my digital artwork series to see how far one can go with it. Note, potential… always the doubt. And the music…. the acclaimed Tokyo String Quartet performing Beethoven’s exhilarating String Quartet in F Major.
The major changes I made regarding the other two “Seeking Piet the Minimalist” was two of the motifs were converted into negatives. The larger bottom section and the indentation color swatch. NOW… seeing how this turned out will make it more challenging to improve on this one.
Will either stay with the format or have to begin a whole new approach to this series/theme. Playing in the sandpit of life is FUN.