Flickr Wednesday: Paul Ewing -2-

Last week I re blogged my first feature of Paul Ewing’s work. I also used it as an occasion to catch up on his work and I liked what I saw so much I asked him to let me showcase his work again.

If you haven’t seen that first feature please check it out. And don’t be shy about comments. Flickr members love them. I log in early on Wednesday to clear the comments people leave.

“Cactus Flower”

"Cactus Flower"


“Land Sharks Skyline”

"Land Sharks Skyline"


Abstract Digital Painting Redux

Abstract Digital Painting Redux


“Two Rivers, Alaska; Population, 719”

"Two Rivers, Alaska; Population, 719"



"Abundance"--title by Barbara Welton McDonald of Facebook


“Willow Lake Multiple Realities” –inspired by Richard Warner’s Philosophy Vlog on You Tube

"Willow Lake Multiple Realities" --inspired by Richard Warner's Philosophy Vlog on You Tube


“Arcosanti Dream”

"Arcosanti Dream"


“Shaft of LIght Creates Life Out of Primordial Soup”

"Shaft of LIght Creates Life Out of Primordial Soup"


“A Walk on the Wild Side”

"A Walk on the Wild Side"


“Blue Velvet Iris Petal”

"Blue Velvet Iris Petal"







16 thoughts on “Flickr Wednesday: Paul Ewing -2-

  1. What an exceptional talent, and The Walk on the Wild Side is like a dizzy ride that you want to take over again anyway. Thank you RG for providing such a giving and fun bridge deep into the art world. You are appreciated my friend.

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  2. Paul Ewing is a great Artist. Not officially trained in an Art school, he nevertheless shows abilities and perceptions of a highly trained artist. Coming by his talent naturally, his results are unhindered by proper do’s an don’ts, thereby often end to be startling, revealing and unorthodox. He is a true explorer and experimenter but his natural gifts for the formal considerations of visual practice keep his daring ventures from veering to far off into random happenstance. I love his work and his very fine, down to Earth mind. I’m so glad you featured him again !!!

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