Reviews from

Desert Storm

Fluid Acrylics on Stretched Canvas

17 total reviews 
Comment from Bruceiorio


Very good artwork.
Good initial impact and presentation.
Excellent artistic technique.
Very good artwork.
Good initial impact and presentation.
Excellent artistic technique.
Nice details and textures.
Very nice design.

 Comment Written 10-May-2019


reply by the author on 10-May-2019
    Thank you!
Comment from Regina E.H-Ariel


Wow what a title and special situation as when it rains in the desert is very few times but when it comes down in rivers , so your presenting IS EXCELLENT - awesome color flow and texture work - the water streams coming in up right and your color application brings out a reality impression, we'll done

 Comment Written 10-May-2019


reply by the author on 10-May-2019
    Thank you so much!
reply by Regina E.H-Ariel on 10-May-2019
    my pleasure
Comment from Renate-Bertodi


Brown composition! with encroaching sea water. Fronds of waves. Have you tried the egg shells yet? I imagine you would have to collect for quite a while until you have enough to make a collection. I am curious if you will keep to the same pallette or change the colours slightly with each pour?

 Comment Written 10-May-2019


reply by the author on 10-May-2019
    Thank you so much! I have not tried the egg shells yet! I would like to do different colors.
Comment from seshadri_sreenivasan


This looks more like a seawater caressing the sands! Anyway the abstracts are left to the viewer's imagination. I find this visually exciting with multiple shapes and gentle colouring. Thanks for sharing!

 Comment Written 10-May-2019


reply by the author on 10-May-2019
    Thank you very much!
Comment from iPhone7


The title reminded me of Iraq and the craziness that was all around. Same for Afghanistan.

The image does indeed remind one of the blinding sand storms that would all but cover the sun and plunge everything into a dull brown darkness.

I can imagine that this is what those storms looked like from above. Indeed a swirling mass of blowing sand and dust.

Nice work here Kelly ~ Steve

 Comment Written 09-May-2019


reply by the author on 10-May-2019
    Thank you very much!
Comment from Kelly Kiley


I have seen this done before.. But this one came out way kool!! Love the way everything ran, bubbles, and mixed!!! I have heard of this pouring being done on painted rock.. But never tried it.. Makes me want to do more research and learn!! Way kool!!! Love it!!!

 Comment Written 09-May-2019


reply by the author on 10-May-2019
    Thank you very much!
Comment from Browncat


These colors would go very nicely with my living room furniture. Your painting is very engaging and the motion and variety of shapes make an excellent composition. I look forward to seeing more of your work!

 Comment Written 09-May-2019


reply by the author on 09-May-2019
    Thank you very much!
Comment from Paul Stanner


So this is what General " Stormin' " Norman Schwarkopf did to Iraq. No wonder the Jihadis are PISSED!! I'd be pissed to if I lived in a place so desolate and lacking in color. Keep them coming Kelly

 Comment Written 09-May-2019


reply by the author on 09-May-2019
    Thank you very much!
reply by Paul Stanner on 09-May-2019
    My pleasure Kelly
Comment from adriansart


Yes Kelly this definitely looks like what your title suggests, those browns and red tones do their work in this to give emt hat feeling, moving into the top right where the light is, a classic!

 Comment Written 09-May-2019


reply by the author on 09-May-2019
    Thank you very much!
reply by adriansart on 09-May-2019
    Mosy welocme Kelly!
Comment from Envision


This design has a lot of interesting cell formations. I also like how the colors kind of outline one another rather than blending together so much.

 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019


reply by the author on 25-Mar-2019
    Thank you so much!