our conversation remains etched in my brain

It is time for more sensual abstraction for Kate Mellersh.

our conversation remains etched in my brain

As has become a common theme of late in these posts, it is the simplicity of the composition here that makes it so effective. The subject, being sand, provides only a patterned texture to enthral us. That is enough. There is a sense of motion in the ridges and crevices carved in the beach; we can feel the water as it flows. And so we follow the directed chaos through the picture, the perspective clearly drawing us from bottom to top through the abstraction of flow.

It is texture and lighting together that make this work as it does, plus the angle it is shot from.

A powerful abstract – simple, and without distractions.

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