Oblivion

*This is my creative passion*

Personal thoughts and emotions evolve into these
art pieces. As I look at my art I'm consumed with
my past, present, and future.

My art is an expression of my deepest thoughts
and emotions of my life.
Date uploaded: Mar 01, 2011, 06:22 EST Show more info
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WalaWalaWala gave feedback to Nancy Howell for “Oblivion”:
I like the pattern on the outter tentacles of this work, and the swirl as well. Very hypnotic!

Did you use Photoshop for this?

-Shoham (WalaWalaWala)
 Mar 01, 2011, 09:02 EST
Nancy Howell 
A lot of imagination and patience. I use 8 different programs, I combine my ideas and creations into one final piece of art. One art piece can take weeks to finalize. Thank you for your interest in my art.
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WalaWalaWala 

How long does it take you to make one of these guys? Loving this!

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Gaston Coronato gave feedback to Nancy Howell for “Oblivion”:
Wow..this is really amazing...
Its alive!!!
 Mar 01, 2011, 11:05 EST
Nancy Howell 
A lot of imagination and patience. I use 8 different programs, I combine my ideas and creations into one final piece of art. One art piece can take weeks to finalize. Thank you for your interest in my art.
flag (Feb 13, 2014, 23:20 EST)


Daryl C. Hill gave feedback to Nancy Howell for “Oblivion”:
Hi, Nancy,
I am Daryl. First. Your comments below this great piece are almost as I would have though them. I have had this passion you speak of for some time. The passion evolves with us and becomes a part of our work.

Personally, I am compelled to leave my mark, a legacy, behind me when I leave this earth.

Your comments evoked the above.

Now, about the piece... So very cool and as you know, black and white just brings some things to the sharpest point. Very effective. Someone said, hypnotic, Shoham, I think. It is a piece that draws you into it. Don't look too long or you might not be able to pull away before it is too late.

I also like to view it at thumnail distance. It is a different feel, there, altogether, but even from a distance you are sucked into it.

I swear, if I look directly into the center of it, I see the darkness growing and coming toward me.

Thank you for putting it on display.

Daryl
 Mar 02, 2011, 19:10 EST
Nancy Howell 
A lot of imagination and patience. I use 8 different programs, I combine my ideas and creations into one final piece of art. One art piece can take weeks to finalize. Thank you for your interest in my art.
flag (Feb 13, 2014, 23:20 EST)