art prints - Weekend In Atlanta

Tags: art prints, abstract, geometric, modern, colorful, energetic

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Kamala Nahas
  • Minted Oct 30, 2011
  • 74 Awards
  • 1489 Comments made
  • 50635 Votes cast

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An abstract art print that began with a photograph and evolved through creative digital play. The texture and subtle shifts in color become more apparent in larger prints.

tags:

art prints, abstract, geometric, modern, colorful, energetic

colors shown:

red, turquoise, grey, green, white

fonts:

none

design inspired by:

Square Non-Personalizable Art Print

submitted on:

Jul 10 2016

Edited on:

Jul 10 2016

average score:

2.30

comments:

2

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art prints - Weekend In Atlanta by Kamala Nahas

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Karen Kaul on Jul 10, 2016 at 6:07pm
Karen Kaul
  • Minted Dec 10, 2010
  • 21 Awards
  • 950 Comments made
  • 14037 Votes cast

Kamala, I think this is very interesting. The colors are what first attracted me. But the pattern keeps me staring. There's definitely a dance happening here between color and light. It looks like Atlanta was a fun and vibrant trip!

Robert Deem on Jul 11, 2016 at 7:09am
Robert Deem
  • Minted Feb 3, 2016
  • 4 Awards
  • 1127 Comments made
  • 25990 Votes cast

I enjoy this a lot Kamala! I think this accomplishes some of the important things art is supposed to do. It captures my imagination, keeps me guessing, and leaves me with more questions than I arrived with. The important thing is that it keeps me engaged long enough for that to happen. I also appreciate your description of how this work came about. I think you show integrity in the things you write here on Minted and it makes your work more meaningful to me. I see Karen was attracted to this by its colors. I was attracted to it by curiosity because it was something by Kamala Nahas that didn't look like a photograph.