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9th Annual Art-a-Day Challenge, January 2017!

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Warrenton Estuary


This is one of my abstract digital photographs. I took this shot of a weathered metal panel behind Tommy's Steel and Salvage in Pasco. I printed it up in a 24x36" size. I decided to cut down to 11x36 to give it a nice landscape look. I have been texturing my pieces with extra heavy gel medium, but I'm not sure I like them so shiny, so I've ordered semi-gloss gel medium to tone them down a little.

4 comments:

ds watkins said...

LouAnn, i love this...want to see more. I think the landscape look is brilliant. more. more.

ds watkins said...

oh, yes, i feel the same way about the glossy vs. matte.

Laura Gable said...

Sometimes I take gloss and mix it with matte to get a more satin look. I find that the matte can be a bit cloudy. I've got some if you want to experiment ...although they are very thin rather than the thick stuff you use. Love the skinny long landscape look. Your work is so textural and intriguing.

BobiWilson said...

...ditto!...