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Imagery Digital Art - Worry The Clock by Elizabeth McTaggart

Worry The Clock is a piece of digital artwork by Elizabeth McTaggart which was uploaded on March 19th, 2013.

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Congratulations on your feature in Black Background and Color

Thank you so much for looking at this one Stephen! I appreciate the visit, wonderful compliment and v/f!! :)

Thank you so much for visiting the portfolio, Chris! I appreciate the comments and compliments ~~ I especially appreciate this one and the f/v/fb!! :) (this is one of my favorites, too ~~ thanks for saying it's one of yours!)

Super cool. A new favorite. Very complex image, superbly executed. f/v/fb

Thank you very much, Flow!! I appreciate your visit, the compliment and vote/fave!

This is electric!! v/f

Thank you so much, Vitaliy for the feature in Surreal Dreams of Contemporary Artists- 2013 Group! I appreciate the support!

Thank you so much Jeremy, for the feature in All Things Abstract Group! I appreciate the support!

Fantastic ... so much detail so much to see ... LOVELY :) v/f

Thank you so much for your wonderful compliments and vote/f, Atousa!

Wild! Very interesting! v

Thank you so much for that great compliment and vote, Joan!

interesting piece

Thank you so much for the compliment, Jeanne!

Very beautiful art work! V

Thank you so much for the compliment and vote, Sergey!!

very nice. v

Thank you so much for the compliment and vote, Darren!

Great thought provoking piece.

Thank you for your kind compliment, Geri!

Nice abstraction!

Thank you so much for the compliment, Nancy!

Outstanding! v

Thank you so much for the compliment and vote, Jeff!

Very creative abstract, voted.

Thank you so much for the compliment and vote, Sandi!

I love how the mechanical clock is black and white. Gives it a stiff metallic look. Bursting through the center is the wonderful colors of life, energy, emotion. Some of the patterns almost look like butterfly wings. The color looks to be spreading around and infecting its surroundings or washing away the lifeless/emotionless rigid feeling of logic/time.

Your analysis of this piece was kind of awesome, Mike ~~ thank you for the in depth comment/compliment. I find the concept of time fascinating. While we try to control it by assigning measurements, we really can't control it. One person will have a day where it seemed like it would never end and another will experience the same 24 hours feeling that it was over before it started. "I've got time on my hands" and "I'm running out of time"... Someone loses time and someone else will find the time... and midnight will always come a second after today and a second before tomorrow ~~ :)

Awesome!

Thank you so much for the compliments, Tract!

Very creative.

Thank you so much for the compliment. Terry!

The eternal question - Where did the time go? Beautiful presentation of time concept.

Thank you so much for the compliments, Elena!

Love this! v.

Thank you so much for the compliment and vote Avis!

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