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"Let us rejoice and let us sing and dance and ring in the new"

--lyrics from the song "Atlantis" by Donovan

Artmatic Voyager, Oxidizer, The Gimp

Thanks for looking, for any comments, and Happy New Year!
December 26, 2009
Mixed Medium
Science Fiction
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Dec 26, 2009 7:59:01 pm
Very cool. It has that spacey feeling just like the song. Ethereal...

by popeslattz Homepage »

Dec 26, 2009 8:10:42 pm

by NoelCan Homepage »

Dec 26, 2009 8:29:41 pm
Cathy this really is such a beautiful image that is very inspiring.

by magnus073 Homepage »

Dec 26, 2009 8:38:07 pm
Awesome image, Cathy.Happy New Year to you!

by blankfrancine Homepage »

Dec 26, 2009 8:53:16 pm
What a wonderful view my friend! Beautiful work, congratulations!

by mgtcs Homepage »

Dec 27, 2009 12:49:18 am
Outstanding work! I love it!

by amota99517 Homepage »

Dec 27, 2009 2:00:17 am
Thank you - I've always been curious about the structure of the ocean...
Gorgeous abstract, Cathy!

by faroutsider Online Now!   Homepage »

Dec 27, 2009 5:33:22 am
Very beautiful design and outstanding artwork my friend.

by adrie Online Now!   Homepage »

Dec 27, 2009 9:10:40 am
This piece is so cool looking...lovely design...

by magichild2 Homepage »

Dec 27, 2009 10:54:25 am
Very interesting image. Great lighting and textures! Really well done.

by Miska7 Homepage »

Dec 27, 2009 12:00:58 pm
Amazing image! I feel like diving into it! Happy New Year!

by tulipe Homepage »

Dec 27, 2009 7:15:25 pm
Oohhhhhhhs and Aahhhhhhhhs! Stunning work! Love the sense of the moon rising over the ocean, the hint of Aurora Borealis there to the left in the sky, and the absolutely fantastic ocean depths!
Hope your Christmas was wonderful, and that the new year brings only good things your way.

by three_grrr Homepage »

Dec 27, 2009 10:08:16 pm
"Stunning work" is absolutely right! I just love the whole creative composition and lighting. Excellent artwork.

by psyoshida Homepage »

Dec 28, 2009 2:41:33 pm
very beautiful...bravo

by Jollyself Homepage »

Dec 29, 2009 1:53:06 am
Fascinating abstract/surreal artwork!! Excellent!!

by wannes Homepage »

Dec 29, 2009 12:27:02 pm
This is Shining work.

by farmerC Homepage »

Dec 30, 2009 8:29:05 pm
Thanks for sharing, wish You and Yours a Happy New Year !
Hugs Karin:)

by kasalin Homepage »

Jan 1, 2010 5:35:27 am
Superb image Cathy! Happy New Year!

by stevey3d Homepage »

Jan 1, 2010 12:08:47 pm
A fascinating and nicely balanced composition with a great title, and of course, you could turn it upside down and that would work just as well for maybe a totally different civilization... or maybe they change over every thousand years. Wonderfully dual purpose and therefore twice as interesting.

by e-brink Homepage »

Jan 1, 2010 4:27:05 pm

by SIGMAWORLD Homepage »

Jan 6, 2010 5:11:45 am
Excellent !! My best wishes for 2010 ! :)

by Zazou Homepage »

Jan 7, 2010 2:38:48 am
the piece really takes on a special meaning when we see your title: It's like a vast city underneath the waters, which we only see via the rippling reflections of the sea. You even have whispers of it in the "second" tier, behind the first huge bits of city in the foreground. Above it, a sky with hints of lights and pathways (maybe stars)...and a setting winter sun, diffuse, a bit bluish and pinkish (as winter setting suns get) and reflected nicely in the water, with a pink line across the horizon. I sense that this 'underwater-scape' is presently empty of people, but it feels more like they're simply not out for us, but that they're there all the same. Maybe we're looking at a moment of preparation, or a moment years always has a sense, the 'actual' moment being such a crazy time, it's almost worth not painting (lol). And then, from Craig's remark, maybe this is the inner structure of the ocean itself! Craig, being a scientist, may dream of seeing these inner structures visualized so vividly. Maybe this is the 'molecular structure' of the seas. In any case, it's nice that we get hints of something intense down there, because your light intensifies towards the bottom. A primal pre-year image, things to come but not yet unfolded, with a quiet about it, pre holiday, post holiday, just still and very quiet...

by anahata.c Homepage »


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