Writing With Light Series #4

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© Sonia Adam Murray
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UploadedJune 14, 2009
TakenJune 11, 2009
ModelCanon PowerShot G9
Exposure1/60 sec at f/4.8
FlashRed Eye, Auto-Mode
Focal Length44.4 mm
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  • Ann Reece

    Ann Reece   gave props (14 Jun 2009):

    Very interesting, the colors go nicely together and I like the gingerbread men and the hearts and other shapes. I can't tell for sure with this one dimension photo but I think that this piece of art is multi-medium. I enjoy doing multi-medium art : )

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) gave props (14 Jun 2009):

    I love art with textures but won't buy it because I hate to dust it. This is a beautiful piece Sonia.

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray said (14 Jun 2009):

    This is another panel of the 4 panel painting that lives in our family room. Yes again Ann this is multi medium in this piece I have used acrylics, copper leaf, wooden hearts, leather teddy bears, the numbers 15 and you can see only a bit of a Happy Birthday banner which belongs to this painting. It is called "Love" and the objects pertain to things that I did with my husband and children. We had lots of teddy bears during our children's growing up period and the 15 represents the year our youngest daughter, Diana, turned 15, the hearts are obvious. The colours are warm for love the copper represents Brazil, and the colours represent love, sun, sea, happiness and some traumatic times as well.
    I hate to tell you Regenia but it is too high to dust and really does not look any the worse for it!

  • Litz Go

    Litz Go gave props (14 Jun 2009):

    this is a wonderful art creation, Sonia. Love your explanation.

  • Michael Ball

    Michael Ball gave props (15 Jun 2009):

    A wonderful piece of art!!

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