response to air and light

e-Mt. Woodson land

As someone whose thought process is made up of imagery, One may place symbology to a work of art that the creator or even sponsor may have had no intention of conveying. This is one of the most beautiful tangibles in art, while the image, story or melody, remains a constant. The perceptions are just short of infinite.

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8 Responses to response to air and light

  1. katelon says:

    I love the movement in this painting!

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