Abstract Wood Photography on Canvas
Origin: Rustic Boat, St. Leonard, MD
In my opinion, the Rocky Mountains are one of the most beautiful areas in the world. After spending three weeks of vacation and sampling the Yellowstone hot springs with my husband, we stopped at the incredible Jenny Lake Overlook. When I first saw my photo of the rustic boat, it brought back this memory immediately.
The Making Of:
Wooden surfaces start to crack up over time. If they were painted, the paint starts to chips off. These changes are the base for the abstract wood photography. The first step is to select a portion of the photo that can be transformed into a landscape. This section will then be edited by deleting or adding sequences of the original photo and adding and reducing colors. In this process, many layers are placed on top of each other until the desired effect has been achieved. The pictures can have up to 80 layers and color alterations.
The floating frame will reveal your wall color. You can see a few color variations to get an idea how
13 x 8 inches
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- Artworks@7th in North Boach
- if you live closer towards Southern Calvert County, we can also arrange a meeting point. Just choose "Artworks@7th" at checkout and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org