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Free by Amytea Free by Amytea
Acrylics on Canva
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Given 2013-09-27
Free by ~Amytea is just one of many abstract pieces in this artists gallery with fun textures, shapes, and excellent use of color. Be sure to check out this artists gallery for other beautiful abstract paintings. ( Featured by Astralseed )
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eyepilot13 Oct 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow!!! 
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Beautiful work! Congratulations on the DD!   :iconflowerheartplz:
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allex82 Oct 2, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
wow
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ChristoPeach Sep 29, 2013   Traditional Artist
I love your work, I had so much trouble to select one for my fav's, but I made a rule only one fav per artist, I chose this one because it made me feel how it feels being in  busy crowd with so many different noises, uncomfortable that scenario is to me, but strangely this piece make me feel at ease with the situation, as though I am a floating observer who watches from a comfortable distance, yet involved with the situation (in the crowd, in a bubble).
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I heard a lot of stuff about abstract art. That it is meant to inspire you to imagine things, or it is just trying to give you a feeling thats all.
I dont usually like it, but this one is great. I keep seeing a girl, but when I try to make out the details, it vanishes :D
Whatever made you to do this, I am grateful for this experience.
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Amytea Oct 3, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
i keep wondering where you see a girl...;)
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natasamakri Sep 27, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
This is wonderful :rose:
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MisterFizzington Sep 27, 2013  Student General Artist
I almost see a sort of figure in this chaos, a person's head and shoulders, raising his hand to his face to examine something.

It's always interesting to know that different people will have a different take on art, especially with abstract work like this.
You did a wonderful job with this! I really like the usage of color.
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