"ICE AGE" 9115, daily painter mixed media abstract © Carol Nelson Fine Art

"ICE AGE"


I was talking to someone about this painting the other day.  It's hanging in the entry area of my home. She said that the image on my website really doesn't look like the painting does in person.  She was so totally correct.

I remember the trouble I had photographing this painting because it has subtle metallic sheen in some areas.  Look at the difference between the two images.  The top photo was taken with natural lighting,and the  two views below were taken in my studio under artificial light.
I bet any photographers reading this are just cringing. :-)


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9 comments:

NoviceArtist said...

Despite the lighting differences, it's still a great painting!

Cynthia k. Agathocleous said...

cool~!

Karen G said...

I would reccomend you invest in a "truecolor" lamp for do-it-yourself pictures.

Bren said...

a picture does make the difference. The depth and richness of the piece show more fully in the last two pictures you posted. They just vibrate with life. I know it's not what the professionals would recommend but I love the angled shots and wall shots they give so much more perspective on the painting be photographed. Let's call it artistic licence :-)

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Breathtaking - in any light! And you say you don't usually use the cool colors in the geologic series! LOVE it!

Karen Bruson said...

Beautiful painting. Love the color and the black lines.

carol morgan carmichael said...

This is such a great piece!!

Kerri Settle said...

One of things I love about your paintings is how they can look so different under various lighting conditions. It would always be a wonder to behold.

Pragya Tiwari said...

It is beautiful ! I was browsing through your blog.. your work has beautiful texture and colors.Such a treat for the eyes.