COSMIC COLLECTION: SPACE IN SHAPES

 

 

 

    

       

These are the artworks that are currently displayed in exhibition as

COSMIC COLLECTION: SPACE IN SHAPES.

Artworks 1 to 5 are as follows:
1. PILLARS OF CREATION; EAGLE NEBULA  2. BUBBLES NEBULAE  3. STARLET
4. JUPITER & CO.  5. GALAXIES GALORE #2  6. MILKY WAY GALAXY
7. SOLAR SYSTEM; MILKY WAY  8. HORSEHEAD NEBULA  9. EARTH RISING  10. PLUTO LOVES CHARON  11. ANDROMEDA GALAXY  12. SOLAR FLARE   13.SOLAR WIND  14. COSMIC CLUSTER 15. COSMIC BRIDGES 16. COSMIC STARFISH    17.  COSMIC CONNECTIONS  18. COSMIC CRECHE
19. SUPERNOVA  20. SUPERNOVA #2  21. PILLARS OF CREATION

Apologies for the weird layout of the pics, the lack of scale of the paintings and lack of text in places.  The very largest painting is GALAXIES GALORE#2, while STARLET is one of the smaller works and the COSMIC diamond-shaped trio are the smallest, with SUPERNOVA being the tiniest.  The rest are all fairly large works.

Apologies for the multiple Updates – I hope the layout comes through properly now – at least for Desktops.  What it does on mobiles is going to be pot-luck!  I had a lot of trouble loading and arranging these pics – they refused to be moved, deleted themselves or other pics, and finally refused to be named.  This program needs a lot of work to make it more user-friendly.

See my blog Shaped Canvases Open Images: SPACE IN SHAPES to see the theoretical concept underlying these Astonomical works.

Jud House   30/07/2017

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Author: judsartwork

I write reviews of Adventure and Hidden Object games that are Crime, Fantasy, SciFi, Renovation, Travel, Quest and/or Mystery by genre. I have a Masters in Writing (2006) and have been writing novels, both crime and fantasy for many years; plus Haiku, verse, and prose both fictional and literary. I am also an artist of modern, Acrylic, textural and hard edge work, underwater, fantasy, expressionist, and Cosmos paintings. I use mixed media (Acrylic, Watercolour, Pastels) in textural Monoprints, finding surprises to expose within each work. Having both an analytical and creative mind has meant that I have strong powers of observation, and the persistence required to follow computer problems through till I solve them. Of course I am not always successful, but am willing to ask for a little help in order to then unlock the main problem myself. My Troubleshooting Blog, 'Problems and Solutions', was the result of my tenacity.

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