Imaginary Wood Painting 4

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable.

Almost there. This is Natasha with her head in the clouds (or are the clouds in her head)

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Imaginary wood painting 3

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable.

Nr. 3 (of 5):  Africa, oh Africa

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Imaginary wood painting 2

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable.

Second out of 5: “Karuna sees them flying”

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Imaginary wood painting 1

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable.

This first imaginary wood painting -out of a serie of 5- is the entrance of the estate of Robert Stanford (after whom our village is named) as how it might have looked 150 years or so ago.

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Imaginary; play with elements

It was Pablo Picasso who once said: “Everything you can imagine is real“.

With modern photo-processing software it’s relatively easy to loosen elements from their original settings in photographs and combine them in a new picture. The new image can look realistic or not. This time I choose for the latter.

I love to play with elements even if the end result makes one wonder …. like this imaginary compiled of elements of 6 different pictures; 5 of these also rotated vertical and/or horizontal.

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