Randall David Tipton
Your hand seems more free in this one; it's less studied or perhaps intentional. I like the use of the white in the center, as if the turbulence in the foreground is finally beginning to break up or break away.
I love this Randall! I hope you're doing well! I'm starting on my senior thesis and am doing abstract landscapes. I'm excited, yet very nervous!
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Yes,indeed. This one has the RT energy. I'm revving up to try some more abstract pieces myself, so thanks for the inspiration.
This lovely. Looks like Spring to me - still cool, a bit wet, the occasional storm, but with that vibrant long-awaited new growth. Just what I needed on this never-ending winter day.
RT: This is really good work. Abstracts are a lot tougher than they look but when they come together, they can be breathtaking. I've found that doing abstracts also trains the eye to look for forms and patterns that help with other styles (landscapes and still life, in my case). Keep it up!
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