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Fear Of Hurricane is a painting by Peter Kallai which was uploaded on January 20th, 2013.
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Fear of hurricane - oils and grain acrylic medium on wooden panel - Peter Kallai artwork
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Fear Of Hurricane
Painting - Oil + Acrylic Medium On Panel
January 20th, 2013
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I really like this Kallai. v
Engaging image. V
Peter Kallai replied:
Thank you very much, Talya!
Thanks you Steve!
AMAZING texture on this piece! V
Thank you, Malinda!
intense... visiting from the-hidden-gems! voted
Beautiful abstract Peter. LOVE the colors. V/F
Thank you, Darren.
Wonderfully captured piece, it has a dramatic effect. Well done F/V
Thank you Lisa, very kind words!
Powerful movement, the colors seem to release energy, this painting fuels strong emotions, love it V
Wonderful colours! v
Captured the desire to displace as a hurricane should ..wonderful v
Jennifer Lamanca Kaufman
At first glance it reminds me of hurricane. Love it! v
Thank you very much, Jennifer!
Wild and Wonderful. v
Thank you, Diane.
Super work. V
Been through several hurricanes -- it's a powerful, awsome and scary thing. Your painting expresses all of that -- well done! V
Thank you Elizabeth, very appreciating words.
Fantastic .... great title
Thank you very much, Marisa.
Nice interpretation - love the colours - V
Great abstract idea. voted
Thank you Steve.
Very nice abstract. V
Thank you very much, Ella!
Although it seems to be a monochrome composition, the truth is that I used four different kind of blue for this image. The shadows are made of Prussian blue, the midtones are Pthalo and cobalt blue, and the highlights are cerulean blue and of course white. Maybe these colors can't be separately seen on the painting, I'm sure the different colors affected the result much.
beautiful monochromatic piece, love the motion! v
Thank you Debi!
I'm not a great fan of abstract art, but this one has somehow touched me. f/v+like
Thank you Bernadett, I'm happy that you like it.
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