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!

ORDINARY OBJECTS THAT LOOK LIKE THE BENDING OF SPACE AND TIME

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Marisa D. Aceves. Inter-spatial Plume. digital photography. 2015.

To view more of my work please visit acevesart.com

Fiery tongues bend toward the light. Vanity chases the outer limits of possibility, yet never succeeds in contemplating the mysteries of eternity. Dwelling in quiet pools of desperation, she can only gaze at countless reflections of herself.

Sorry folks, I’ve been quite ill this weekend so this is a real stretch for me, but I’ve succeeded in pushing my puny self to the computer to get this little ole’ post to you.  This is a new addition to the Reflections/Refractions Gallery on my website. Once more I found the source of my inspiration at a store our family likes to visit.  I felt this particular object reminded me of the bending of space and time or perhaps the inside of a wormhole. What does this object remind you of?

Have a wonderful weekend and don’t forget to live life creatively!

NEW REFLECTIONS / REFRACTIONS GALLERY ACTIVE ON MY WEBSITE


Marisa D. Aceves. A-Lumina: Ribbon Composition 1. digital photography 2015.

To view more of my artwork and the new Reflections / Refractions Gallery on my website please visit: acevesart.com

Light gently rides the top of the rippled, mirrored surface.  Umbers, pinks and reds pool upon waves of gold, settling wearily into small black pockets. This ribbon moves gracefully through space, bending and twisting with sound and mind.

After taking a much needed break last weekend, I decided to introduce a new Gallery to my website. On this post, I have included one of the photographs that is featured.  I first discovered the object in this photograph while I was cleaning my room in preparation for new flooring.  It’s like Christmas in June for the hungry photographer.  When it comes to photographic subjects, there are many possibilities, but only one will serve your purpose.  Once you have selected the object you want to photograph, you have to find its best angle.  In this case, it was the crinkled side of the object that held the most interest. The uneven surface reflected the light and colors around it providing an instant source of visual inspiration.

Fire Opal: Nebula 2 Cosmic Explosion: NEW Abstract Photography Has an Outer Space Inspiration

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Marisa D. Aceves. Fire Opal: Nebula 2 – Cosmic Explosion. digital photography

In the distant cosmos of our memories, colors burst, forming thinning starry veils. Space breathes forth it’s overwhelming majesty. Smoke and dust dance about rhythmically. The universe is alive. . . .

Very few of us realize the rich gems that surround us on a daily basis. Was this picture taken from a Nasa satellite? No. It was taken right in my home. Can you guess what this object might be? It is rather ordinary; we use it on a regular basis. Inspiring photos are not always taken on some glamorous or exotic location. All it takes is a little creativity and a willingness to look at the everyday objects from a different point of view. When we learn to see life from a different perspective, even the things we once regarded as common/ordinary hold a certain sense of fascination.

New Abstract Photos That look like Space and Planet Earth COMING SOON: Fire Opal: Nebula

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Marisa D. Aceves. Fire Opal: Nebula. digital photography

Somewhere out there in the midst of all your junk, Christmas gifts, Star Wars mini figurines, Comic Con paraphernalia, ugly sweaters from holiday parties past and rusting exercise equipment you’ll never use (even if it is the beginning of a new year) there’s a picture just waiting to be taken…….

I must admit, this has been a rough week folks, but not an uncreative one. I was able to steadily work towards finishing my abstract painting series as well as shoot the new/second addition of a series I put out last year.  In the second addition of  the Washing Stone Photo Series, I explore how ordinary objects around us can look like sections of the cosmos and parts of the planet Earth viewed from above. If you have a love of the weird and wonderful than please join me on yet another little abstract picture trip.

Until then. . . .  Have an awesome dance your pants off weekend and a productive new week.