Just shows that context is everything. The presentation here is like going to a land where this kind of aesthetic sensibility is spoken. These look great. And I can virtually see the rooms in which they would be placed. Elegant, modern, with an Asian tone. Well done! Thanks for clarifying.
Hi D A, thanks for stopping by ... at the risk of over-clarifying, part of Sky Scroll is meant to express a kind of liberation found in certain techniques in digital painting ... so if you read the diptych left to right, your eye is uplifted because the underlying image has been zoomed in on, so to speak ... in literature we have Keats's "much have I travell'd in realms of gold" and his Cortez moment ("eagle eyes" would have been even more impressive had Keats gotten the name of the explorer right, but then the line would have been distorted by the extra syllable ... nevertheless, someone saw something clearly) ... in calligraphy, there is a physical there-ness that's hard to convey in any other medium ... conflating the two, we arrive at another country, an impossible plausible place ...