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Experimental Painting - Experimental Image Whose Three Footsteps Happen To Be There by Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway

Experimental Image Whose Three Footsteps Happen To Be There is a painting by Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway which was uploaded on January 5th, 2010.

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A long lost language that you captured from the pass. Very interesting and I would love to see where you go with it.

This has such a primitivistic feel to it. One can look at this and wonder many things.

Thank you Bernard and all who commented. I indeed am fascinated with this image too. I did paint this. However, this is from a larger painting that I did. I had this image in my files and decided to post it. I don't remember cropping another painting that had these images in it. In any case, it is a serendipitous find, and sometimes they are the best finds of all. This might lead me to another new journey in my painting pursuits... However, I won't quit painting my Kokopellis though. Smiles, Anne

Anne, The simplicity of this painting is it's beauty. You have said so much with so little. The colors are great choices also. If this is a new direction for your artwork then I applaud your evolution. Wonderful!

Thank you so much, Diane. I now remember where this came from. I painted this in part of a much larger picture and I cropped this section. I enhanced it by experimenting with "saturation" qualities. Thanks again for your words of inspiration!

Hi Anne-Elizabeth,,, wow,,, you were going to toss this into the bin? Holy smokes,,,, I love this simple but very captivating piece! I can see this on a really, really big canvas hanging in a gallery! This would be a really interesting direction to take I think,,, not that your 'direction' now is wrong but it is so intriguing,,,, seems to be telling the observer a story, just like a cave drawing. Love it! :>)

Thanks Viktor. This is a highly unusual entry for me on FAA.. I like the minimalistic quality and the mysterious images. Glad you took time to write your comments. It gave me insight into about how the images could be interpreted.

Look like prehistoric cave/rock painting. Face and flying Eagle from left, and Giraffe in the middle. No circles however. Probably before wheel invention...

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