Ordinary Objects That Look Like Architecture 4

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Marisa D. Aceves. Optical Blind Wave 3. digital photography. 2017.

To check out more of my work, please visit acevesart.com.

Textured lines bend gracefully.

A line is lost; a line is found.

The ebb and flow of life culminates in the signature of a single fingertip.

Time imprints itself on men’s divided hearts.

 

What does this object remind you of?

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5 Reasons Why This Saturday’s Artist Post Is Driving Me Crazy!

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Marisa D. Aceves. Indomitable Arrow City At Dusk. digital art/photography. 2016.

I really wanted to give you a great post this Saturday, but as luck, fate or an overloaded system would have it, this is what it has come to!

*side note to you, the reader and myself (After this post is published, I will immediately throw my myself on the couch with fists flying, legs kicking and my loudest scream possible….you would too…if it happened to you….over and over…and over…

 

1. Whenever I try to attach my picture to the post all I get is a giant photo and some crazy code describing the height and width of the photo beneath it!

That’s right folks including the artwork to this post has been a &^%$!!! and the afternoon is just getting started….

 

2. My allergies are killing me!!!!! Honestly!!!!!

I didn’t get much sleep for this entire week! This is making me crazy mad. So therefore all my patience”flew out the window” on Wednesday.

 

3. My stupid tablet is acting up again!

If you’re a frequent tablet user, eventually what I so fondly call tablet hiccup or stiction will happen to you and if you have an especially nice tablet….then that will make you doubly insane….Don’t tell me to reboot or restart my tablet…I’ve done that…

 

4. I’m in a generally pissy mood!!!!

Yup, that’s what lack of sleep and frequent computer troubles will get you, especially if you are a sensitive flower…I mean like a cactus flower….yeah..reeeeeaaaal sensitive!!

 

5. I’ve been so busy with inbound marketing for my business and other health issues I wasn’t able to spend as much time as I would have liked this week working on my art!!!

This happens to the best of us! Not that I’m the best of you… For the moment I’m simply engaging in a little wishful thinking! However, when you can’t do the things you love as much…well…that’s kinda like telling a small child that they can’t play outside cause ‘ the other kids will catch the flu!!!!
*If you’re a wee bit sympatico and you’re not too busy…Hint…that..always helps…Drop on by my website acevesart.com and checkout my new geometric digital art landscape and cityscape paintings made with photography!
*Sincerely, despite all this weeks CHALLENGES ..I mean garbage…I have enjoyed sharing and learning with you. Have a wonderful weekend! Do somethig fun! Spend time with family and loved ones! Lift someone out of their self-imposed, world imposed misery! Practice compassion! Practice love! Never forget to explore the possibilites!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ordinary Objects That Look Like Insects 2

Marisa D. Aceves. Insecticopia Noir: Wiper Wing. digital photography. 2017

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

Her beauty unfurls

Rolling out leaves to catch the midday sun

Restless anticipation hides true motivation

Waiting for her lover

She devours time trails and frequent expectations

by Marisa D. Aceves

 

Believe it or not, your typical home decor location and old science fiction films provided the background for this latest retro, insect inspired abstract photography series. It’s underlying theme is simple, beauty can be a beast. Fantastic fairy tails aside, we can all relate to situations in our lives when our minds and bodies were telling us we were headed for danger, but our eyes tempted us to proceed.

What does this object remind you of?

 

A New Year, A New Series/ Thank you to my readers

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Marisa D. Aceves. Whimsical Geometry: Symphonic Creativity. Mixed Media Digital Painting. 2016  

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

Creativity unbound finds purpose

Embracing the segmented city with a playful wave of color

It fills the void, laying out possibility

I finished 2016 by combining geometric abstract graphics with my abstract photography to create unique mixed media digital artworks. At the start of 2017, I will be launching my new Whimsical Geometry Series, which adds additional expressionist texture and an unexpected dash of whimsy to modern geometric abstraction.

* Aceves Art has a new modern look 👀 ! Feel free to check it out and tell me what you think! I’d love to get you feedback!

For all the patient viewers who have visited my blog, thank you for your interest in my work!

Wherever you find yourself in 2017, HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! 🎆 🍾 🎉

 

Digital Artwork That Uses Abstract Photography 2

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Marisa D. Aceves. Imaginative Intergalactic Transparent Interior Model. Digital Art/Photo Manipulation. 2016.

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

Unfortunately, due to illness, I will not be posting any poetry to go along with the image. This last week I indulged in some evil, lactose free, vanilla bean ice cream and as a result, entered into the land of many tummy troubles. Things are just beginning to settle down health wise, but who knows if I’ll be able to enjoy the coveted Christmas morsels we nibble on once a year. Big sigh…. This is just a glimpse of the new series I will be working on in 2017. It combines digital graphics and abstract photography to create an inter-dimensional, intergalactic, otherworldly feel.

To all my readers, have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!

If you do not celebrate Christmas, have a Happy and Blessed Holidays!