The artwork above is yet another apple artwork. There have been some number of apple artworks on the blog before, and well, this is yet another one. Apples are nice fruit, and are good practice for drawing. Additionally, they can inspire poetry ideas.
This particular apple artwork was made using colored pencils. The colored pencils were blended using cotton swabs and then rubbing alcohol. The rubbing alcohol is what gives the somewhat foggy, blurry affect. This particular artwork went through some number of iterations. Although it isn’t certain, it is likely that this artwork was not computer altered. It is likely that it was just scanned.
A poetry inspiration that could come from this artwork is the idea of transition and blending of colors. In the artwork, the colors transition and blend. There is a pink type color on the bottom. This transitions to a reddish color toward the top. This then is transitioned and blended with an orange color. In other places, the colors transition to a green color.
One obvious use of this idea would be to write poems about fall. Fall is approaching, in the northern hemisphere, and fall can often involve a transition of colors. Leaves change colors, as is obvious, but other things change colors too.
The colors people wear can change in the fall. The way people decorate their homes can change. The types of produce, and therefore the colors of what is seen, can change at grocery stores. Types of animals in areas, and therefore the colors of the animals seen, can change in areas. In these situations, colors transition and in some cases blend together. There are other ideas as well.
In writing a poem about the transition and blending of colors, a poet could be literal, metaphorical or blend the two. A poet could use the idea to talk about other things.