Beauty from Chaos

Watercolor Beauty  from Chaos, portrays the landscape as if looking down from an airplane.

With a free flowing organic approach,  the colors melt and merge.

Running along the paper’s crevices cracks and seams, just as they do upon the rough terrain of land.

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Beauty from Chaos debiriley.com

 

Watercolor Beauty from Chaos

I’ve used a Full Sheet 22×30 inches 100% cotton Rough Fabriano watercolor paper.

Cerulean and Burnt Umber make great “earthy” partners, and provide the eye with the inference of “land.”  For more on these, have a look at a previous post Cerulean.

It’s paired with Burnt Umber and  Prussian blue pb27, with gorgeous textural effects.

 

In its abstracted nature,  it still draws me in.

There still is  a place for my eye to gravitate towards as a focal point area amidst all the chaos and all the soft blurred edges.

And I find Beauty.

 

 

I’ve used an  aerial ‘above earth’    viewpoint,  very typical of  Fred Williams or John Olsen, Robert Juniper style approaches.

 

 

 

 

 

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