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Jeu de Bascule by Urceola Jeu de Bascule by Urceola
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Ellsworth Kelly, a 20th - 21st Century painter who carried on the traditions of Hard Edge painting, died in 2015.  This Photoshop-created work is a tribute to his style.  "Jeu de Bascule" is French for see-saw.  The gradient set I used is here:  Fibonacci Gradients Set 54 by Gacruxa
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Urceola Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It was on purpose, because Ellsworth Kelly's stripes in boxes were also crooked.  Thanks, though, for admiring this.    The more you yourself admire abstract art, the more you should work on your own.  Hidden talent needs work to emerge.
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slestualenergie Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2016
I agree completely. :)
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slestualenergie Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2016
This is exquisite work! Well done. Although some of the tiles are crooked (i am not sure if that was on purpose or not). Like the orange/yellow tile and the purple/green combo on the top left-hand side. Otherwise, my thought still stands in which it is still excellent work.
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