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Andreas Roseneder       colourtest on female bodies       watercolours on paper


a question out of the atelier:


if we had the possibility to turn the colours of our sight 180 degrees around without the use of photography & photoshop, which results of our work would be created & arise to our surprise? – & psychologically seen: would be there an impression to the beholder of essential difference like thinking positive or negative?

sorry if somebody is to much distracted by the formal appearances of the paintings above to take a concentrated look for an answer to my question…

see also: greenback



  1. It is fascinating to me at how a different pallet transforms which images and shapes appear stronger to me.
    It is also fascinating to me that you created the same piece in different pallets.
    I am impressed with your abilities and your beautiful pieces!
    ~gypsy heart (aka suz)

  2. I just painted the sheet whith the red female. I did not paint the second above (with the blue female figure within). I have just turned a photo of it in colourscale 180 degrees around with photoshop! – & I was fascinated like you what happened to the images & shapes of my work!
    my question is: could we paint in opposite colourscale without the help of computers?

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