I happened across this site, the artwork is thought provoking.
Celebration – Mixed Media Digital Painting, 36 x 36 inches, (Abstract Sacred Art) ©2012
abstract sacred art
abstract forms and spiritual concepts
From His “About” Page”
“Jaison Cianelli is a self-taught American artist with a passion for expression. At the heart of his work is a desire to express his joy of life with others. Jaison specializes in abstract energy art and abstract landscape paintings using acrylic paint, mixed media, as well as a digital medium. His abstract paintings are an expression of uplifting energies created with a connection of nature and spirit in mind. They are the result of exploration and enjoying the process of intuitive creation and connecting with the moment.
Jaison paints with the canvas laying flat on a table so he can pour and drip paint onto the surface. He is intrigued by its natural flow, physical qualities and texture. Jaison’s abstract landscape painting have been observed as a display of energy with unique paint texture that is both refreshing and unconstrained, some calling it a form of controlled paint splatter. Jaison also creates very unique large mixed media abstract energy art paintings on the computer. These abstract works are a combination of techniques and layers that include hand drawn artwork, paint drips and texture, fractal flame generated images, and digitally altered photographs.”
“While tuning up his Nissan Skyline GTR sports car, one auto enthusiast, together with his talented and supremely dedicated artist wife, accidentally stumbled upon an amazing way to give their sleek silver vehicle an unforgettable paintjob.”
“Jordan Mang-osan, an award-winning Filipino artist, has harnessed the sun’s power to create beautiful artwork. By using a magnifying glass, he focuses the sun’s rays into a super-hot point that he uses to burn beautiful drawings onto wooden boards.”
“Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker, two Colorado-based artists who create stunning works of illuminated fairytale paper art, are back with a new wondrous series of images, fittingly named ‘Oh, The Places You Will Go!’”
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