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Abstract Chaos Painting - Organized Chaos by Tyler Schmeling

Organized Chaos is a painting by Tyler Schmeling which was uploaded on June 14th, 2012.

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Wow! This a very cool piece! So much to see; I could get lost in this one, trying to work out the story of each shape, weaving into one big story. Great!!

Actually this is the definition of why selecting limits make the piece really great! Limited color pallet, Limited "Style" angular vs organic, and the limit on making anything positively "recognizable" (my favorite). If you don't make limits (or live with the limits yo have) the art can be either all colors or a brown mess. This is neither! The overall feel and pattern/patternless composition make this work extraordinary!

No Limits...Woohoo!

Thanks angela and jonathan for the support on my work, i think its all about being versatile when it comes to art and to never set any limits or restrictions in a way were all mirror images of are selves reflecting with in one another so thats why you ll find similar work within art .thanks for the kind words.

100% Jonathan! Pollock's early work was angler and geometric, it really is the only comparison I would make, thus the "smattering" remark! It's all you Tyler!

ooooo I like your stuff too, Tyler!! Love the all over balance and emphasis with color in this in particular...it has smatterings of early Pollock!

Tyler Schmeling replied:

Angela your words are so uplifting i'm so glad you could enjoy my composition I feel your a very talented women, keep up the creative work.thank you

Thank you so much!! your words are kind,and inspiring and i think thats such a good idea thanks for the support and keep up the wonderful work as well....)

What an absolute gorgeous design! I love the red, whit and black colors you used. It will look nice also as a fabric for others to make something to wear. Great Job. Tyler, it's a Masterpiece! (Spoonflower) website do the fabric designs.

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