You can see, above (1 pic) and below ( 2 pics, in differing frames ) how different they each come across!
I “thought” I had a great pic, but it didn’t come across on Fine Art America ( https://felipeadan-lerma.pixels.com/featured/abstract-minimalism-2-felipe-adan-lerma.html ) like I liked. So I retook the image, several times, tweaked in photos on my iPhone and in Affinity Photo. Still, couldn’t capture it correctly, even for my website! 😔
Tried differing frames, which did improve the painting capture, but still not as accurately as what I was seeing live.
Minimalist Abstract 2 was created via an interesting mix of paint densities with minimal colors ( pink, prussian blue, titanium white – all on Light Molding Paste on canvas ).
Is it possible I literally got too subtle without professional photography involved?
If so, I may just have to settle for best-approximation.
Gonna try again tomorrow for better shots; natural light’s all gone now; so now I just need to practice patience!
Plus, thankfully, I am very pleased with this effort – I think I’m getting a handle on this minimalist thing, a minimal one maybe, but still a handle 😊
Thanks so much everyone! Stay curious & creative, but be prepared to practice patience – I wasn’t, lol! 💕
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ps – in case you’re curious, Abstract Minimalism 1 isn’t quite so minimal it turns out and is still in progress ☺️
Related image, minimalist watercolor circa Feb 2021 –
February 28, 2021 – My Most Viewed Image This Week @FineArtAmerica, Watercolor, “Charcoal Mountain”
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