Tranquil Flux

Tranquil Flux by Karen Gadient, 2015

Tranquil Flux. For a print and other items, please click the image.

Something a little different. Mixed media: ink, paint, and digital.

The most exquisite paradox… as soon as you give it all up, you can have it all. As long as you want power, you can’t have it. The minute you don’t want power, you’ll have more than you ever dreamed possible. ― Ram Dass

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Filed under Art, Color, Creativity, Digital Artwork, Mixed Media, Painting, Quotes

31 responses to “Tranquil Flux

  1. This might be one of my favorites. πŸ™‚

  2. Wow, this is different. Still, beautiful! Have a lovely day!

  3. Wow, just stunning! This is incredibly beautiful, and seems so different from your previous work (which is always beautiful). This is one of my favorites!

  4. Yes, that is tranquil. Nicely done.

  5. I’m really beginning to enjoy these abstract works and more with yours because you include some recognizable objects (at least for me). The quote by Ram Dass is ever so true; I suppose it has to do with humility and letting go off expectations.

  6. Based on the concept the grass is always greener next door. Wish for the world and get dirt. Wish for dirt and get the world. I wished for greatness and that is why I was no great. I should have wished for less.

  7. I love this image Karen – and the title suits it well – it has great tranquility and yet seems to be moving.somehow. Lovely! πŸ™‚

  8. Mel

    I like this one. At first I was thinking Dali meets Picasso meets Ralph Steadman and they all drop acid in the desert somewhere, but after a while even that melts away…and I really like this one.

  9. I enjoy your mixed media prints!

  10. How is it possible that your work explodes in beauty every time?! How?!!!
    LOVE THIS Karen.

  11. This has a Japanese feel, at least to my eyes it does. Vibrant but relaxing to look at. Something that would look lovely in a restaurant perhaps?! I agree with that quote – the irony of wishes in this life. I’m sure that is true, in fact I know I’ve experienced it a few times. When we let things go, they seem to want to hang on to us, or come and seek us out. So if that’s true, we know what to do to get everything we’ve ever wanted – not so easy to do in reality of course! πŸ™‚

  12. Truly lovely and lively, Karen. It reminds me of Klee and Kandinsky, two of my favorite artists!

  13. I love your work, truly innovative

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