Geometric Digital Art

Today’s featured art gallery is Geometric by Ed Kinnally.

This gallery contains lots of great bright colored digital abstract art from a talented artist. I especially like ‘Gift of Love’ and ‘Genesis.’

Imagekind Gallery Geometric
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In this gallery of unique geometric art you will find images produced by various digital and computative procedures and algorithims. The resulting geometric forms, patterns, and objects can be quite stunning and are truly extraordinary and unusual. Colors, sizes, aspect rations, etc can be changed on most of this art. Just email me through my profile link (go to my profile, click the down arrow next to "Screen Name: kinnally").

Some images are available in a series for group hanging or single purchase. (Not all frames are the same size.)

E.L. Kinnally
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"Flower Bricks #2"

This contemporary artwork is an image of flower petals wrapped around an invisible brick-like structure. The contrast of the radiating petals vs. the wraparound effect lends interest to the art, as does the repeating circular colored pattern on the front surface of each 'brick'.


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"Flower Bricks #1"

This contemporary artwork is an image of flower petals wrapped around an invisible brick-like structure. The contrast of the radiating petals vs. the wraparound effect lends interest to the art, as does the repeating circular colored pattern on the front surface of each 'brick'.


Ed Kinnally
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"Reaction" An explosive reaction - but of what kind? And in response to?


A long way from a Feynman Diagram.

Happy New Year!!! Or birthday... or whatever ;-)

Ed Kinnally
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For this fractal I thought about titles like "Meanerings, Pathways, Trails Through the Mind, but Wanderings was my final choice. Or at least as final as final is for me.

This is more of my experimental art.


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Experimental art.


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For this fractal I thought about titles like "In Need of Inner Peace", or "Turmoil", or "Unrest", but Disquiet won out. At least for now ;-)

Experimental art created late at night.


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A hotbed of Love?

This is an abstract concept of a Bed of Roses, but like most things in life, the perception and the reality may be quite different. However, a bed of roses is a bed of roses. Even if you might get burned. Care to lie down?


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"Boxed In" -

An unusual abstract that is both simple in design and complex in detail. There's lots to look at in this intriguing artwork.


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This is the artist's concept of digital data breaking through the hole in a computer firewall. The ideas within the artwork are -
The firewall as represented by the brick wall
The initial 'hole' in the firewall in the upper right
The chaos and violence that can be caused by such a security breach as represented by the overall splatter effect
The orderly but different data packets as shown by the semi-regularity
The scattering of discreet data bits as illustrated by discreet pixel data points throughout the artwork.


Even without those insightful tidbits, the concept as presented gets the point across quite well. I love the combination of the regular patterns and the splattered appearance; it looks very dynamic and the two different styles work well together!


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"Rings, Hoops & Circles"
This art might remind you of rings, or Hula Hoops or circles or whatever else your imagination comes up with, as it goes around and around.


The larger rings have sets of grooves running lengthwise, and the smaller rings appear smoother. These make for a lot of detail in the artwork. There is a little moiré effect on the tops of some of the medium sized rings, which your monitor isn't showing at this scale. They are an artifact of the digital computations and processing, and are an integral part of the artwork.


Edward Kinnally
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"Warhol's View"

This montage brings to mind Andy Warhol and some of his famous images, like those of Marilyn Monroe where he repeated her photograph in different colors.


The images bring thoughts of someone peering at us from beyond - from another dimension. Specifically Warhol himself. Or maybe they represent possibilities of what we would see if we were able to view another's face in another dimension. What is your perspective?


Unlike Warhol's art, these images take root in three dimensions. Each image is a representation of the same 3D model, but with the coloration applied differently. The 4 models in the corners are not flipped. They are the same model from the same viewing perspective, but the coloration in each quadrant in each picture has been moved.


Each of the nine artworks is also a little stereographic. If you cross your eyes slightly when viewing them and bring the image's "eyes" together, you can see a slight 3D effect. It's not really intended to be viewed that way, it's just an artifact of the image. But it changes the perspective of the viewer, from that of masks looking out, to that of you looking in.


The 2" Metropolitan Black frame, which has a raised 1/2" gold inner edge and a subtle red accent line along the outer ridge, lends a very nice emphasis to the bright colors and pulls the component parts of the artwork together.


Ed Kinnally


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"Cat's Eye Pottery"This art is composed entirely of little objects like clay pots that have been turned upside down. They were arranged in a spherical shape, and the then front of the sphere was clipped away revealing the design in the interior.


Edward Kinnally
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"Room with a View"
This artwork has an interesting perspective, both literally and figuratively. The walls of the 'exploded room' have twists and contortions as if they have been ripped apart, and the colors follow the ridges and valleys of the individual pieces and the artwork as a whole. Yet despite the flowing appearance, the individual pieces are in place and in order and the scene, although not quite serene or restful, is also not violent or jarring.

The sky partially mirrors the movement of the room, with the lower part peaceful and quiet, but the upper part swirling in a circle similar to the ceiling of the room, as if responsible for the contortions of the room.

Without the movement the artwork would be boring, but with it the art has interest and flow. The yellows, blues and golds work well together and the whole piece is both unique and interesting.


Edward Kinnally
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"Fractured Interlude"

This piece has more going on than is apparent at first glance.


The central core, appearing somewhat like a fractured and discombobulated shield, with a warped hole in the center, is surrounded by a 'broken' frame in each of the four corners. The two are separate three dimensional objects, and if 'un-distorted' and 'reassembled' the frame would be one piece, and the central object another.


The intricate reflections that play across the metallic-like surfaces are interesting and pleasing and hint at unseen objects.


The blue background is also far more intricate than realized at a casual glance. Examination of the center reveals a small starburst of radiant color. An intricate web is woven through the background as if representing a warped space-time continuum, or a complicated graphic plot. The blue is deeper and more intense in the center, and fades into the farther corners.


All together, as the eye wanders across the complex yet simple surfaces, it senses an order out of the chaos, and despite the fractured appearance, the perusal becomes a relaxing interlude.


Ed K.


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