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By photographer Arron Dunworth Ice cream
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You see lot of flowers. Image editing gives me a tool for changing images and enhancing content. Often nature photos are changed in color and then combined with other images. Overlaying images and using filters creates new, imaginative worlds. Grandmothers flower bed
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you see lot of blooms in an unnature way bouquet of flowers on the wall
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By Photographer Jakub Kosiel for Desnudo Magazine SS17 ANGEL
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The painting, done during the Coronavirus period, tries to involve the artlover in appreciating nature, because only in this way, he or she will respect it. In our times, with so much pollution and also affected by this terrible virus, a rebirth can only come across if we return to nature. A young woman is delicately lying on a flowery bed, showing how much she loves the environment surrounding her. The painting seems to be enveloped in a fairytale atmosphere, sweet and full of delicacy. Linda in the garden, oil on canvas, 50x90 cm, 2020
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This artwork with details in 24k gold foil. Women who reclaim their own sexuality connected with their own erotism. Materials used: Hahnemühle Canvas 340 gsm. Acid- and lignin-free, museum quality for highest age resistance Size 50x61 cm The certificate of authenticity is signed by the artist, and guarantees your print is a limited artwork only available at the editions stated. Prints are rolled and shipped unframed in sturdy tubes. Upon receipt, they should be stretched and/or framed by a professional framer in your area. If you request the artwork to be stretched, please let me know. This comes in various sizes, please get in touch if you are looking for one of these in other sizes. I am also working on other images in this format but if you see an image in my portfolio that you would like to see as a circle, just let me know. *Colors on the picture may slightly vary depending on individual settings of your monitor. Minelli (2021)