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Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

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Every week when I am driving to and from Seattle I see these trees. And I always have to wonder, are they fake? Did someone paint them? Did these people somehow manage to grow blue trees? I decided to stop and take a look and maybe take a picture, because what can be more wrong than a blue tree?

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About linneahooverartist

Life and nature are not static, and I don't want my work to be either. Using lines and patterns to help convey the sense of motion and power as a way of creating contrast. 'Where is my lightest light and darkest dark'? That is what the artwork is built upon. It is the framework for the use of patterns, lines, and color. The contrasting elements work in opposition and balance to each other creating depth, emotion, and movement. The vibrant colors of nature have been a huge inspiration, and the only media that reflects that vibrancy is alcohol based ink. It is still translucent, but it holds on to the pigment well, giving it a feeling of fluidity. I have developed a body of illustrations that are serious, insightful, and thought provoking. By using an ordinary media in an unusual way, I have developed a style that embodies all these elements.

7 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

  1. Chad

    Oh THAT’S why they’re blue. I was a little upset for a while that they were all painted blue.

  2. katlynn83

    nature didn’t intend for us to have blue trees

  3. They did their job – they grabbed your attention!

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  5. eof737

    Cool use of blue. đŸ˜‰

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