Thursday, January 17, 2013

Exit My Heart ~ Photo Art Friday 18 January 2013

Exit My Heart

I think this photograph has its own story. 

And I think it might tell each of us a unique version. 

So in my commitment to simplicity, let me say that I thoroughly enJOYed the digital fiddling process. So much so that I don't know exactly what I did.

Which deLIGHTs me!!



Photo Art Friday

31 comments:

Jeanne said...

This is so interesting, and there are so many things to see here!

Marilyn said...

Currie, you've created quite a nice piece of art here. I like the patterns throughout it.

Prairie Jill said...

Hmm, Jeanne has already said exactly what I was going to say!
Great piece of photo art, Currie.

Bonnie said...

You have allowed your artistic expressions to become more revelatory and hence more complex. I'm sure we all could project parts of our own story onto this intriguing and beautiful piece of abstract photo art. Thanks Currie!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

That is part of the fun just to push the buttons to see what happens and then you lose track of where you are. I am happy you enjoyed yourself. :) Valerie

momphotographer said...

this creative process of your so much reminds me of mine. so often I don;t remember what I did and how I did it :) love your artwork this week, Currie!

merione said...

and good result

eljaygee said...

the minefield of the mind produces some weird and wonderful schemes - an ingenious collage of comings and goings

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Like an entrance - art takes us into new places - and sometimes it is hard to remember how we got there - but we know we like it - terrific!!!

Kaylene said...

well done

Andrea said...

My mind was racing as I scanned your picture ... so many thoughts some joyful, others questioning ... I see sepia memories of my youth. Isn't it exciting to creat something that is so versatile in the eyes of the observer and yet still tells your own story.

Your comments on my post were so generous, you left me speechless ... Thankyou!

Andrea @ From The Sol

bailey-road.com said...

This piece contains quite a few interesting features.

A Garden of Threads said...

I like it, great job. Enjoy the weekend.

Birgitta said...

Wow! This is great art!

helena said...

such a compelling image - I love that the girl looks as if shw is pointing to something deeper in the image.

linda said...

I love this--it's so graffiti-esque. It would be wonderful to turn a corner somewhere and see it on a wall!

Barb Brookbank said...

This is delightful! I love the grungy, mysterious feel to this piece of art!

Sherri B. said...

This is lovely, and I know what you mean about doing so much "fiddling" that you forget what you did. That happens to me all the time! It is a delight to get lost in the creative process, isn't it? Thanks for sharing your work, Currie! :)

onnenpuuphotoblog said...

A very powerful image! I think we all see different things in it! Lovely artwork!

Ida said...

Very artistic piece. Lots to take in. I think my favorite portion is the little girl. She reminds me of children blowing on dandelions to make a wish. Perhaps for her future. You've done a wonderful job editing this.

ormbunke said...

I like it very much. Creativt.

inotherwordsandpictures.com said...

Currie, this is so unique...I love the little arm stretching out and then the heart..It touches mine! You go girl...

minnemie said...

oh, i really like this, currie!

sunflowerkat321 said...

So much to see here but the central subject is clear. Love this beautiful work!

Kat

Ruth said...

I love the balance in this work of art Currie, and the colours too:)

photoartbyanna said...

It is kind of ... liberating, isn't it? To get lost in the process... to not think about what you're doing, but just go with the flow, and see where it takes you...
I love this work of art! It's kind of abstract to me, but has a colour scheme, a style, and a wealth of suggestions that I sincerely adore... So nice!

Edna B said...

What a lovely piece of art. I see this young person leaving one place behind, and looking forward to a new life adventure. Amazing how we all see something different. I know what you mean about getting lost in the process of making the art. I have so much fun that I usually forget to write down what I'm doing. It's the end result that counts anyway. Have a great day, hugs, Edna B.

Miriam said...

This is really lovely to me because try as I might I can't do this so I'll go and have another look at what you have done:)

NatureFootstep said...

no need to remember everything. The creative work was the important thing. :)

Loredana Donovan said...

Very unique, looks like abstract art! :)

Electra said...

This is absolutely beautiful!!