art prints - Sea Escape

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Lindsay Megahed
  • Minted Dec 26, 2010
  • 164 Awards
  • 900 Comments made
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comments from Lindsay:

Bold brushstrokes in blues and corals capture my favorite vacation destination.

tags:

art prints, landscape, painting, seascape, water, ocean, clouds, sky

colors shown:

pink, blue, aqua, turquoise, coral, gray, white

design inspired by:

Rectangular Non-Personalizable Art Print

submitted on:

Jun 15 2016

Edited on:

Jun 18 2016

comments:

2

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Lindsay Megahed
Lindsay Megahed
@lindsaymegahed
Joined 2010 · 164 awards won

Diptych

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Itsy Belle Studio
Itsy Belle Studio
@itsybelle
Joined 2013 · 178 awards won

Lovely, i always love your work! I just ordered one of your prints for my office, can't wait to get it!

3 years agoreply

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Neeta Sawhney
Neeta Sawhney
@lighttouch
Joined 2011 · 11 awards won

b for me nicely done Lindsay love the colors very colorful.

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Robert Deem
Robert Deem
@robertdeem
Joined 2016 · 4 awards won

B. More interesting presentation.

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Kamala Nahas
Kamala Nahas
@kamalanahas
Joined 2011 · 106 awards won

I like A best of the two, but you could have two different submissions that work as the diptych.

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Pooja Pittie
Pooja Pittie
@poojapittie
Joined 2015 · 6 awards won

I chose A. I think it's so strong on its own. I've loved that single pink brushstroke from the first time I saw it. I think breaking it up over two pieces loses some of its impact for me :)

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Jan Kessel
Jan Kessel
@jankessel
Joined 2014 · 18 awards won

LOVE this. I think you can enter both. If I had to choose between them, I'd choose A, as I love the whole thing as it is. It is also strong for the diptych choice, so I'd enter both:))

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Kamala Nahas
Kamala Nahas
@kamalanahas
Joined 2011 · 106 awards won

B, though I like them both. The white in the upper right corner in A was the tie breaker.

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Pooja Pittie
Pooja Pittie
@poojapittie
Joined 2015 · 6 awards won

I chose B. The composition is much more interesting in this one because I like the movement of the pink brushstroke here compared to A

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Jan Kessel
Jan Kessel
@jankessel
Joined 2014 · 18 awards won

This is a tough one, I like both. I chose A, the portrait orientation. Just catches my eye more. It also seems more close up, and I like that.Very pretty colors!

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Robert Deem
Robert Deem
@robertdeem
Joined 2016 · 4 awards won

I agree with Jan that this is tough. But I choose B because there are more of your wonderful swirling clouds and they beat out the added reflections in the foreground.

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Kamala Nahas
Kamala Nahas
@kamalanahas
Joined 2011 · 106 awards won

A for me. I like seeing the color below the sea blue and the curves in the clouds are reading a bit more organic to me--not sure why.

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Karen Kaul
Karen Kaul
@karenkaul
Joined 2010 · 25 awards won

Vertical for me because it shows more of the foreground water. Lovely!

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