Far Away – Eastern Sierra Photography Series


9 1/2″ x 11 13/16″

Acrylic paint on gloss photo paper


Far Away by Joe Scribble is a striking piece of art that captures the essence of standing at the edge of something vast and unknown. The composition features two distant Little Donny clones, standing at the edge of a vast valley landscape. The figures, rendered minimally in bright colors, are contrasted against the muted, war-like colors of the landscape, creating a sense of stillness and quiet.

The landscape itself is a barren expanse of rolling hills and jagged cliffs, with a few trees and rocks scattered sparsely across the horizon. The look of war, muted colors and a hazy, atmospheric perspective create a sense of distance and isolation, as though the figure is standing at the center of the world itself. The composition of the landscape is masterfully crafted, with the various elements creating a sense of depth and distance.

Despite the starkness and emptiness of the scene, there is a sense of beauty and majesty in the way the hills and cliffs rise up into the sky. The use of the natural lighting in the photo and texture adds depth and dimensionality to the image, further emphasizing the scale and grandeur of the landscape. The natural beauty of the setting is contrasted by the pop of color from the cartoonish figures, which stand out vividly against the muted background.

The figures standing at the center of the scene adds a sense of narrative and emotional weight to the piece. It is unclear whether they are contemplating the vastness of the landscape or simply taking a moment to rest, but their presence gives the image a sense of human connection and vulnerability. The two Little Donnys, appearing to be identical clones, stand side by side, gazing out into the vast landscape. The use of clones adds an intriguing layer of complexity to the image, raising questions about identity and individuality.

The overall effect of Far Away is one of awe and wonder, as the viewer is drawn into the vastness of the landscape and the smallness of the human figure. The beauty and majesty of the landscape is tempered by the presence of the solitary figure, creating a sense of connection and empathy that is both moving and thought-provoking. This piece is a powerful reminder of our place in the world and the beauty and wonder that surrounds us, even in the midst of isolation and uncertainty.

Far Away by Joe Scribble is a must-have for art collectors and enthusiasts looking for a piece that captures the essence of human experience in a powerful and thought-provoking way. This piece is a testament to the power of art to move and inspire, and is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who views it.


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