A multi-program and multi-process artwork from the Cabbages series.
It takes a long time to construct these artworks, but that's the fun part. Here's a bit about how go about it.
You can see I completely rebuilt the entire left side, using manipulated pieces from other parts of the image, or from other images from the same photo shoot. The upper left backgound leaf is derived from the upper right one. The left lobe of the central group is derived from the Center one. The square version is partly cropped, partly reconfigured from the long version.
"The Royal Blue Court" and other Whimsies from "White Caps" Cabbage artwork.
Here are some of the offspring from "White Caps". I like to work in evolutionary series, with crowd-sourced decisions as to which images gets to procreate.
Nancy Freeman has a decades-long fascination with digital art which she supports by painting portraits and teaching various art subjects. Right now she devotes most of her creative time to digital art because it's so satisfying.