Untitled No. 4

Julie Niemela

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Nuremberg, Ba - Germany

Congratulations on your sale! :) .....................Sven.

Christchurch, E9 - New Zealand

Julie Congrats on your sale!!

Malibu, CA - United States

Congrats!!

Dhaka, Dh - Bangladesh

nice work

Rawdon, QC - Canada

fantastic textures Julie! gorgeous minimalist piece

Redondo Beach, CA - United States

"Not every artist can arrive at this level of simplicity and create the beauty you have in this splendid work...Julie"

Dearborn, MI - United States

Wow! This is a deep piece to me. It speaks in volumes... It gets my vote... just love the texture.

Kingwood, TX - United States

Nice work. I like the texture and subtle colors.

Oaxaca, Oa - Mexico

Beautiful fine abstrac art!!, Great artwork, Congrats Niemela

Rochester, NY - United States

Julie, I really like this piece.I like the marks and the scraped,distressed surface. It has an earthly landscape feel to it as well as a bit of mystery.. Dan S.

Sydney, NS - Australia

Me too !!!! Great abstrraction. xVivian

Pueblo, CO - United States

Love all your abstracts, so can't go wrong by clicking on any one of them (except there are some I've already commented on). This is another beauty!~for colors, suggestion of trees, yellow sky. I want to get younger and paint like you!

SILIGURI, WE - India

Nice Work Julie....go on. wanna see more work.

Port Orange, FL - United States

Julie, I just found your work. I am inspired.

Cedar Rapids, Ia - United States

Julie,This is a super Abstract.Love the texture and colors and balance. Super. Thanks for comment on my Brown abstract. Nice to meet other self taught artists....Marsha

DEHRADUN, UK - India

wonderful............

Denver, CO - United States

Julie, As I get older I love and appreciate abstracts more and more. Our brains must be hard-wired to try to make sense out of what we see, so my initial impulse with any abstract art is to figure out what it is. What I love is, the more I study the painting or photograph, the more I "see", interpretation changes. I love these muted colors and initially saw a train track, along a field of wheat and another unplowed field. I'll keep looking and keep loving the colors! Beautiful!

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