Thursday, March 19, 2015


This image is an emulation of the famous painting "Golconda" by René Magritte. I decided to emulate this painting because I saw potential for creativity, and an opportunity to modernize a pice of classic art. I had little reasoning for incorporating umbrellas as the subject for this image, other then that I thought they would leave room for viewer interpretation. The background is a photo  taken above the clouds in central Oregon. I particularly like this image because of both its general aesthetic, and its lack of concrete structure. To me, this photograph fully embodies the concept of surrealism in that it is a portrayal of my inner creativity, and is not restricted by any rules or guidelines.  

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