Purple Abundance In August

Purple Abundance In August
Purple Abundance In August

Purple Abundance In August

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This is a signed and numbered Epson archival pigment ink giclee print made under strict supervision by Ivana to her exacting standards of lush color reproduction and quality. The watermark is only for internet display and will not be on your print. The print is on 100% matte cotton papers, which are manufactured in the United States from %100 reclaimed cotton fibers. The print comes unframed. Gallery style archival framing is available for an additional charge.  Visit the framing service section of the website and select the frame size that matches your print choice.

  • 14" x 21" image size in an edition of 10 (+ 1 AP) and currently no. 1/10 is available for you to enjoy.
  • 28" x 42" image size in an edition of 6 (+ 1 AP) and currently no. 1/6 is available for you to enjoy.
  • 40" x 60" image size in an edition of 4 (+ 1 AP) and currently no. 1/4 is available for you to enjoy.
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In this time lapse video you can peek behind the scenes how I made this photograph! I harvested an abundance of purple cauliflower and purple flowered borage and it inspired me to create an artwork I am calling "Purple Abundance in August." I made a little video with my phone during the photoshoot to share with you, so you can enjoy the creative process. My intention is to create a color image with this photoshoot.  Using color design is very important to me.  I always consider how I can use color schemes in my work to create overall harmony with emphasis on the main subject through color contrast. I selected yellow as a complementary color to purple. Complementary colors are those opposite on the color wheel.  Complementary colors when placed near each other in an artwork have the optical effect of increasing the impression of color saturation.   I incorporated yellow dill flowers and this pretty vintage lavender dress with white polka dots and yellow flowers. The yellow, green and blue are all analogous colors and I used them to create harmony in the artwork. Analogous colors are those adjacent on the color wheel.