Posts Tagged art
I didn’t notice it at first because I was just looking at the entire wall but once the image was uploaded and viewed closer I saw it! Can you see it? These are some very good artists. Your hint is the title of the post 😉
Wall murals can range from the mundane to the sublime; sometimes humorous and sometimes with a deep message. While getting the tour of downtown Albuquerque we noticed there was so much art around. Not just the murals but also the architectural design of the buildings. Taking a balloon break (but they will be back – you’ve got to see the special shapes ones!) and instead showing you around town.
I really like that even the steps here were decorative.
Yeah right sure uh huh….. But anyway, today I was a model for a digital art and fashion magazine which today was shooting the designers of the future; designers from schools both local and from other parts of the country. This whimsical skirt I’m wearing was designed by local designer Camille Witt. The eye wiggles but unfortunately I cannot figure out how to upload the little video clip of me wiggling in it to make it move. You’ll just have to use your imagination 😉
It really was a fun skirt!
I was starting to run out of options by day four here; many combinations I tried were just variants of prior edits and then it came to me! Try selective color but with a twist in this case. With the help of Topaz Restyle I’ve not only done a bit of selective color for this image but I’ve also changed the color of the carnations from apricot to pink.
At the bottom of this post is a poll where I am kindly asking you to vote for your favorite still life version. I’d like to see what you liked most; leave why in the comments if you wish.
I hope you’re still with me as I explore how many ways I can edit this one little teapot of carnations. Having done two color versions I just had to go the opposite direction and go monochrome. With this image the process was from Lightroom to Topaz Black and White Effects to PSE. While I like this image in color more because of the pretty apricot color of the carnations, I think it holds its own in b&w because of the simple composition.
What do you think?