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abstract geometric image composition in bright purple and gold tones.

Artwork Title: Greetings to Vasarely
Artist:
Karin Kuhlmann 2005
Medium: Digital Art
Art Style: Geometric abstract

Geometric abstract art created with Adobe Photoshop, Kai’s Powertools and Fractalius.

Description
of the digital art technique used to create this image: The geometric abstract image composition “Greetings to Vasarely” was created with Photoshop. As a first step I produced a pattern of vertical lines on a transparent layer with the gradient designer of KPT3. Then I worked on this pattern with Photoshop with several methods of image editing, like duplicating, copying, distorting, rotating, etc. The results were combined with changing merge modes. To get the spiral form I used the vortex tile filter from KPT3. At least the image was enhanced with Fractalius.

Series: Non objective abstract digital art with geometric patterns.

Abstract geometric image composition with vertical and horizontal lines which were shaped with a vortex filter into a spiral. This gives the impression of great spatial dept. The bright colors in purple and gold tones underlines this impression.

Fine Art Prints: The high quality of my abstract digital works allows large fine art prints up to 60 inch. Each print is individually printed from the original digital file and can be shipped worldwide.

© Copyright: All images of this website are original digital art works by
German Digital Artist Karin Kuhlmann. All Rights Reserved.
Text Author: Karin Kuhlmann

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