Tuesday, March 07, 2006




Sweet Hearts

- (click image for a larger view)

This image is available for purchase, in a variety of sizes and price points, at Art166.com.

Look for it in the Abstraction gallery.

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Hi, guys!

I'm taking a sabbatical this week (read that: taking time for some serious spring cleaning and home improvement), but I'll pop in every so often to check comments and post a bit of eye candy.

Take care!

EDIT: Oops, I knew I was forgetting something! *Note to self: Never blog after midnight . . .*

Thanks to twisted chili's comment/question, I've added the original photo so you can see from whence this came! Visit twisted chili's slightly twisted blog through the link in my sidebar.

Thanks, tc!


13 comments:

  1. Wow! What did that used to be? Cool design!

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  2. I see it but I don't believe it!

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  3. ditto tc
    Lovely roses - Strange, unique and pretty art that reminds me of candy. Have no idea how you got from one to the other!!
    Needs to be printed out large and hung on a wall.

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  4. Believe it, tc! Photoshop has a painfully steep learning curve, but if you can imagine it, you can find a way to do it!

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  5. Hi, Snoo,

    If you look closely, you can see points where the original became the manipulation.

    "Needs to be printed out large and hung on a wall."

    From your lips to God's ears! It, like the rest of my work, is availabe here: http://www.yessy.com/art166/abstraction.html?i=15272

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  6. Wow, WJ you turned this photo into an amazingly beautiful work of art! Gorgeous!

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  7. Thanks, Lyn! It's one of my favorite pieces, so I'm thrilled with the positive comments!

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  8. the original is great, the abstract is cool. love your work.and I always like the backstory behind the shots.

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  9. Welcome, Karen!

    Thanks so much for coming by to have a look, and leaving such an encouraging comment. I'm thrilled that you're not just looking, but reading, too! My adventures in photography always feel a tad surreal, and I really enjoy sharing them.

    While you're in the neighborhood, don't forget to have a browse over at Art166.com.

    Thanks, again!

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  10. Really great manipulations. Love the colors and texture.

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