The lovely LIGHT of the ICEBEAR.
When you explore this picture deeper, you can see it is unsymetric. At the "crystals" in the corner, or the 4 birds in the center you can see it very clear.
1st picture: Detail of the corner crystals
2nd picture: Full image. That's the image that caused tears of happiness in my eyes. It's a lovely trigger image for me - the artists soul.
3rd picture: a little zoom-in - how it looks without the white areas.
4th picture: a zoom-in to the corner
Modern Digital Abstraction Artworks, strictly based on sacred geometry and geometrical mathematical logic only, by David Kunstist 2018.
The insanity of humanity.
This is my first digitally hand sketched abstract piece inspired by the abysmal depth of the human mind. The tides of the thoughtful dimensions inhibited by the mind, the psychedelicism.
The existentialism of the transcending reverie that unconsciously drowns us from the now, the present moment is the insanity of the mind.
The Principles of Abstractionism: Tips for Viewing
Number 3. Don’t Look at the Clock
Just as some paintings are created in a moment, others take time. Either approach is acceptable because the time spent is measured in emotional effort not the simple passing of time. The same is true of viewing Abstraction. There is no need to stand in front of an abstract work for hours to really understand it. Look at it for as long as you want, and for as long as it pulls you in. There are no rules. This piece has obvious compartmentalization in color and shape. Now allow yourself to imagine changing the color or location of one of the figures in the painting. Does it change what you see? Does it allow you to experience a different emotion? Take your time or not. It in either case, allow yourself to become a part of what you see. Gypsy, Oil on canvas 16” x 20”. #abstractart#abstractionism#shape#color#texture#time