Goodness, what a feast of juicy pineapples! And what a feat squeezing them them all into this narrow green glass tube. This is the third of my trilogy in this style. Red Peppers, Lemons and now Pineapples. If you're looking for something completely different, maybe now you've found it!
Have you every been sailing like this? It's nothing short of exhilarating! Hours of fun to treasure - especially if the wind's up a bit. I've added a mild art filter to the original photos. Triptychs have been popular for thousands of years!
There are five layers in this horizontal triptych, all experimental, hoping something special will come out at the end. I love to be surprised. I am rewarded more often than not, so I persevere. This is what i call fun and fun is never overrated!
May I abandon all modesty and say "I love this!" I had the idea and then I instantly saw the image in my mind's eye. It was a bit freaky. But now this looks so delicious and edible my mouth is watering. True. OK enough, what do you think? This is the fifth in my "glass Tube" collection. Red Peppers, Lemons, Pineapples, Capsicums and Strawberries.
Coloured Capsicums In A Green Glass Tube Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Clive Littin
I never dreamed coloured capsicums could look so good! If you've been searching for something quite different I'm sure this might please you. I've employed a black wallpaper to accentuate the capsicums' bright colours. Do you like the light and shadows of the glass tube?
This was so much fun drawing on my imagination. How did the red peppers get inside the pink tube? The black background is simply for drama and contrast. What is exciting for me is the absurdity of it all. And yet I love the beauty of it, the colours, the shape, the form. Can you see this on your wall, or a cushion maybe?
Like most of us, I'm attracted to bright colours. I find quite a lot of new art to be rather bland which surprises me. If you've got a rather dark corner at home ( or in the office), a colourful triptych like this could make a magnificent difference!
I'm really keen on putting some generous colour into the art scene. I find quite a lot of it dark and dull these days. And various shapes too, circles, squares, bars. My overriding motivation it to create something bright and uplifting.
There's no doubt about it, certain colours elicit certain feelings. Bright and happy colours trigger a dollop of dopamine into your system! Dopamine is the "feel good" chemical. It can be quite addictive. Colours like those in this "triple happy triptych" will act as a "pick me up". Just take a moment to take in the colours. I'm releasing three different shapes.
Tropical Beach For Tourists Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Clive Littin
The idyllic spot to enjoy your holidays? The great combo of surf, sand and sun. I've added the beautiful sand dune grasses. A picture to light up a room or capture memories. I like the mood. Do you like the "painterly" filter?
What fun to ride these boats in the surf. Would this be an idyllic spot for you? You can feel the warmth but there's plenty of shade if you want it. I've given the photo a "painterly" filter so that it looks like a painting on your wall.
A quiet back alley somewhere on a hillside in Santorini, Greece. You can't help but wonder what magnificent views lie behind these high concrete walls. I'd love to peek behind that blue wooden door. The beautiful palm makes it all look very homely.
These Toi Toi grasses grow prolifically in coastal areas in Northern New Zealand. They are quite spectacular and seem to fit their environment perfectly. Isn't there something liberating and spacious about a coastal landscape.
New or renovated decor for your home ( or office) is very exciting. New ideas are called out from your creative centre. There's no right or wrong just what you like or don't like. And you can change your mind as often as you like!
A magnificent schooner cruising in the light winds of the Mediterranean sea. They were first used by the Dutch around the 17th Century. They were popular with pirates! They usually carried formidable cannons on board.
For me designing abstracts is very exciting. I never know how the work is going to turn out! I begin with a collection of various shapes and then put them through various digital filters. This image has been built up with four layers to give it a nice 3D effect.
Santorini is so famous for scenes like this one. Whole hillsides of beautiful concrete houses. Painted in warm earthy colours and white. We all know the views that these lucky people have. Spectacular! But I'm not sure that I could handle all the steps every day! I guess they get used to it. No taxi rides here.