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Ordinary Objects That Look Like Modern Architecture and Optical Illusions 2

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Marisa D. Aceves. “Optical V Pinch”. Abstract Photography. 2018.

To view more of my work, please visit acevesart.com.

I’ve been busy lately, but I’ve managed just enough time to share this hypnotic new addition to my latest optical photography series, “Laundratopia”! You can find the first optical post here. In this playful series, objects associated with doing laundry are suddenly transformed into striking architectural, optical illusions!

What does this object remind you of?

I’ve been missing the wonderful WordPress community! I hope to visit your websites and enjoy your work as well!

Have a great weekend!

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abstract photography of a laundry basket

Ordinary Objects That Look Like Modern Architecture and Optical Illusions

abstract photography of a laundry basket

Marisa D. Aceves. “V Fold”. Digital Photography. 2018.

     Often, our most hated chores provide the best photo opportunities. In this black and white shot, the pattern of the object becomes the backdrop for an amazing optical illusion. The gentle folds carry your eyes from the corner of the image to its center and back again. It’s visual completion.

What does this object remind you of?

Have a wonderfully creative weekend!

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Marisa D. Aceves. Optical Blind O. Abstract photography. 2017.

To view more of my work or work from this series, please visit acevesart.com .

     I’ve decided to continue my abstract “Blind Faith” series with some new optical additions. This “O” formation was relatively easy to do and rounds out the other works quite nicely. If you move your screen up and down, the illusion is complete. The rings of the “O” appear to vibrate from the center. I’ll add other creations as time allows. In the meantime, enjoy a peaceful and wonderfully creative weekend.

 

 

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Marisa D. Aceves. Invertascape: August Blaze. Digital Photography. 2017.

To view more of my work, please visit acevesart.com .

Home decor may not be your area of expertise or joy, but the opportunities for amazing photographs are endless. I combined a few floral supplies with recycled digital artworks to create this glowing excerpt from my ongoing series “Invertascape”. Transparent sphere-shaped objects dance and divide amidst a blazing plasmatic fire. The colors in this piece reminded me of the August heatwave in South Texas, adding more significance to its title.

What does this remind you of?

Have a peaceful and blessed weekend.

Abstract Photograph of Camping Supplies

Ordinary Objects That Look Water Reflections

Abstract Photograph of Camping Supplies

Marisa D. Aceves. Liquid Metal. Digital Photography. 2018.

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“Water/Metal” is the second series I created from camping supplies. Who could’ve predicted that they would provide an endless source of artistic inspiration. The results reminded me of the ever popular pictures of water reflections, yet no water was used in the process.

Enjoy!

What does this object remind you of?

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Marisa D. Aceves. Zig Zag Fold. Digital Photography. 2018.

To view more of my work please visit acevesart.com

Here is another entry from my latest series inspired by light/space artworks of the 1970s. If you’d like to learn more about this series, feel free to visit my first post on the series  https://wordpress.com/post/acevesart2.wordpress.com/5353 .

Have a great weekend!

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Marisa D. Aceves. “Optical H”. Digital Photography. 2018.

To view or purchase my work, please visit acevesart.com .

“H” is the eighth letter of the alphabet. It was the layout of the first house I lived in. You can imagine my surprise when after minutes of carefully arranging sections of blind photos a familiar yet distant character emerged. I hadn’t planned the “H”, but somehow it’s a small though significant part of my experience. Even stranger still, it’s the eighth addition to my series.

Feel free to check out the whole series here and tell me what you think!

Have a great weekend!