Oil on Paper, Impressionism, Ethereal
I just stood there for I don’t know how long, but it felt like forever.. In reality it probably only took a few seconds, but what I experienced as minutes or even hours went by as if I had been watching the sky for days. I wasn’t sad or happy, just took in the beauty of what was before me. Clouds were coming and going like tides on a beach; leaving nothing but the memories of what they look like to fade into nothingness.
Seen in this artwork is a colorful cloudscape with a horizon line being folded over itself to create perfect reflection. The whole background of the artwork is blue, purple, teal, yellow, orange, pink, deep purple, light green to denote a sense of serenity or peace. The horizon line is folded twice to create a unique refractive effect. The artist’s intention was to focus on the cloudscape and not the horizon line, but he wanted both to be visible in this artwork.
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