Mixed media/November 2016

I would call this piece ‘gently chaotic’. I personally enjoyed creating the disconnect/dreamy vibe, that is neither soft nor grungy, but somewhere in between.

~ by Oloriel on January 26, 2017.

24 Responses to “Andromeda”

  1. Gently chaotic is a great way to describe this.

  2. Love the gaze and the colors. Mystical!

  3. It’s beautiful !

  4. Beautiful, cosmic, vibrant. I love it!

  5. It is beautiful!

  6. So lovely!

  7. I think she looks like a chaotic Mona Lisa

  8. this is hypnotic, Mirjana…!! I love how you combine colors among other things…

  9. Amazing!

  10. This is wonderful! You are very talented!!!

  11. Perseus´beloved wife!!!! —-> absolutely beautiful, dear Oloriel!. Sending love & best wishes. 😀

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