light blue abstract art image with shapes in movement with high contrasted colors in dominant light blue tones
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Abstract Shapes Movement

Bruno Paolo Benedetti

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Abstract art image with shapes in movement with high contrasted colors in dominant light blue tones.

PP Art: Photography Painting Art is the result of a process of manipulation of photos of paintings and digital art photographs. Through the fusion of these two different art products, a brand new artwork is born.

The outcome is an impressive artwork where both the fused visual arts create a new more stunning image where colors and shapes are mixed in an innovative and unique  way.

PP Art is a project developed by Barbara Stamegna and Bruno Paolo Benedetti.

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abstract shapes in vortex
abstract non objective photography, light and reflections

abstract shapes and shadows in vortex

Bruno Paolo Benedetti

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Abtsract non objective photography: vortex and white shades

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colors of the nature: an inspiration source for photography based digital art

fluid pink shape on blue background
Pink color dissolving from dark tone into more and more lighter tones and vanishing in the light blue in an acquerello texture. Photography based digital art,  colors of the nature in spring.

 

In this picture we can see the pink color elaborated into a very light texture, acquerello style. The artist can be inspired by the colors of the nature he can find in plants, flowers, rivers, shores. Usually,  at a standard sight, you cannot note all the tones and shades you can see  using  macro lens ore lookng at them very closely.  In this manner you can find  very good inspiration sources.

 

Bruno Paolo Benedetti