Monday, November 7, 2011

Abstract Art Using Textures

Here are a couple of pieces of abstract photo art made from a recent photograph and a recently made texture entitled, "Abstract Aria":

Blended in Overlay at 100% Opacity

Blended in Screen at 75% Opacity.

Photograph used for abstract photo art.

Texture "Abstract Aria" (posted here in low resolution 72 dpi, and with watermark) combined with above photograph to produce two pieces of photo art posted above.   This texture is one of the four in my new pdpa Art-Easy Potpourri Texture Set.

Don't forget to pick up the latest free texture in my last post!

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  1. Those thick blobs of paint on the texture are fascinating. Three-dimensional edits are the best, aren't they?
    The screen blend always puzzles me: you expect it to do nothing, but it does have an effect.It makes the mums perfect.

  2. Your work is so incredibly beautiful and inspiring...gorgeous!

  3. Nydelig, nydelig. Du er kjempeflink med denne behandlingen av bildene.

  4. The original photo is beautiful, but your edits produce some wonderful colors.

  5. Bonnie, these are gorgeous!
    I love all of the wonderful color.

    Thank you so much for sharing your work today at The Creative Exchange. It is truly appreciated.

    Have a wonderful evening!


  6. Your texture is an art piece on its own. Beautiful work.

  7. I especially like the first abstract Bonnie; and adore the original of those beautiful dahlias. Does it take you long to think up a name for your textures? Do you have your own special method for coming up with the names?

  8. looking very good again Bonnie, gave me inspiration for some ideas

  9. Bonnie your textures and photo finishing are so inspiring and fun. Love them!

  10. Wow fantastic works!!! I like your blog!
    Maybe we can follow each other? What do you think?
    Have a nice day!

    Besos, desde EspaƱa, Marcela


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