Tempest

Tempest

“Tempest”

Mixed Media / September 2022

One of my newest works, sharing it because I like it, even though it was pointed out to me by first onlookers in the household that the work is dark and creepy. I am interested to hear other thoughts. I can agree in some ways, but I believe that we should sometimes, as creators, not stray purposefully from dark and eerie work.

~ by Oloriel on September 20, 2022.

13 Responses to “Tempest”

  1. I’d say it’s more dramatic than scary. Really good, too.

  2. The images are full of intrigue, love it! 😍

  3. Wonderful.

  4. This is beautiful! Sometime times I write dark poems and readers accuse me of being negative. But we are artists and we see the world differently each day. Why try to hide it. Poetry, painting, music are based on truth. I agree with you!

  5. The artwork seems simple yet so intriguing that I can not get my eyes off of it. Don’t understand a lot about artwork but this one’s just grabbed my attention and now all I am is just a prisoner to its beauty and simplicity.

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