Aug 17, 2012

Abstract by an Architect...

Art by Ashok - 1995
a personal favorite of mine...fellow Architects might relate to this ....

50 comments:

  1. Loving the limited use of that red.

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  2. oh, i like this a LOT!!!

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  3. Looks more like M. F. Hussain to me because of the horses.

    And the proportions, the human body.. Aah!!

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  4. ♡¸.°.¸♫♫♪
    Muito original!

    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    ♡彡♫♪°.¸.•°`

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  5. This is really special, Ashok.
    I love the wonderful lines and angles.
    Beautifully done!

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  6. This is intriguing. Nice work.

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  7. Cool. Very strong image.

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  8. You are the best my friend!!!

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  9. Nice one Ashok ~

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  10. Very Nice Art work. Thanks for sharing, Sir.

    You may like to see some of my art work in the following Link:

    http://gopu1949.blogspot.in/2011/07/6.html

    vgk

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  11. Lovely artwork and I like its title. Thank you for sharing it with us, I always enjoy your posts.

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  12. Hieno 'Abstraktinen-Sommitelma'...
    Mainio viiva-väri yhdistelmä.

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  13. Beautiful color combination...

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  14. Amazing! You are very talented :)

    Hugs

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  15. wow. That's amazing stuff.

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  16. Would have enjoyed watching the process as this spilled out of your mind onto the canvas. It is a very exciting piece.

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  17. LOVE this, Ashok!! Wonderful work.

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  18. Very nice! Inspiring work. Kudos.

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  19. Hi Ashok
    What medium of paint did you use??
    It looks neat and beautiful. ,

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  20. Hey Ashok:) Nice, nice, nice! A lot to see. Like that very much!

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  21. I don't know much about this type of art. But every image, the horses, the locked door, the peeping face (scared face?), the man on the right, say something, I think. And the lone hand, cobweb...so many things are there. How do others interpret? I am curious.

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  22. I like the shapes presented as symbols here and looks like a page taken from Picasso. Nice

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  23. Very interesting art work !!!
    I like very much this composition of lines , shapes and especially the limited use of the red colour !!!

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  24. Brilliant Art, in some ways, it made me laugh.

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  25. I like the style in this one, very geometric

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  26. Really gorgeous image!

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  27. Really interesting, Ashok. Feels strict and lucid at the same time, with a sense of fear maybe some sort of loss shown with the lack of colors. Maybe a fear of time. The black and white with shades and certain places for red makes me think of noir. I don't know, but I love all that this piece provokes. :)

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  28. hmm... looks complicated to me as I understand very few things from the image. But as you said it, a fellow architect might understand the exact image!

    As always .. interesting image!

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  29. Always a happy feeling to visit your blog, Ashok. Thats why i have tagged you. It is a game where bloggers answer few questions and share their thoughts on blogging. Please visit http://meowwsmusings.blogspot.kr/2012/08/tagged.html for the rules and have fun! Keep blogging :)

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  30. One word; Awe-fantastic-some!

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  31. a P.S would have been cool too

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  32. very nice.....it is resembling m f husains art work.....his favourite horses....

    regards
    anu

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  33. A visual language and a
    drawing, really charming!

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  34. Feels somewhat like a Picasso to me - and I love the pink!

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  35. Looks interesting! Though I don't understand it.

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  36. Nice one...

    Thanks for sharing

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  37. It feels nice! I do not know what it exactly it :-)

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  38. Your work is very recognizable - you have a unique style which is such a good thing! :0)

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  39. I like this...I don't understand it, but I like it!

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  40. Really lovely illustration. I can see your inspirations from Picasso's style to Hussein's horses along with your personal architectural touch. Bravo.

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  41. Looks wonderful, but what does it mean?

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