There in the distance…. the deep velvet near black, midnight blue sky twinkles with stars.
So it seems.
In my last post, I did promise a little more interesting “Title.”
Sometimes, artists do dream and then create.
So it was.
I didn’t capture the precise dream like qualities.
But I did convey the colors in the dream.
The Midnight Dream is expressed as:
A collage with torn papers and acrylic paints.
Indigo blue transitions to cobalt, then cerulean.
Finally the surface is bared with whites upon the foreground’s stark shape.
What, is it?
The shapes are vague.
I think, I’ll encourage your own imaginations to take over.
To imagine, what it could be.
In your mind, your dreams.
The theme of “dreams” has come in handy;
I just really, like the colors.
Indigo. Cerulean. Prussian blue. And those gorgeous blends of greens.
I enjoy this movement, direction, pathway the painting takes.
A little journey.
Upper left to centre.
Flowing downwards in a smooth diagonal path.
Atwell Students might also notice the other feature that plays such a major role here.
The tonal values, are plentiful.
The smooth gradation of tones from near black at the top, to the white at the base.
That’s what is guiding the viewer’s eye.
that makes the viewer’s eye roam, travel through the painting so easily.
And so, even if one can’t quite pin down
what the painting represents exactly –
still, we can enjoy the journey it has taken us on.
In those Midnight Dreams.