Abstract Impressionism

Throw on a party hat. It's gonna be a blur!

"When the mind is calm, how quickly, how smoothly, how beautifully you will perceive everything." -- Paramahansa Yogananda

Enter an avant-grade cocktail party. Monet, Renoir, and Degas channeled back into this timeline. They are fighting over my camera. Each of them is fascinated by its ability to capture light. And they also agree that no dirty brushes or stained clothes to fuss over is a huge benefit. But then they started to figure out ways they would use such an instrument in their own style.

Monet was excited to shoot thousands of shots of the same darn thing. He was just fascinated with one pond. At least he is easy to please. I tried to explain that it’s hell going through so many images, though. He didn’t seem to care. He said I could choose. Geez, thanks, Claude.

Renoir exuberantly proclaimed that this little black box was a marvel of modernization. He could exaggerate elements of a subject just by moving the camera. He talked so fast. And then, in a flash, he was gone. Yes, he had another party to get to.

And Degas said, “damn, I can experiment like crazy? Take as many different shots as I like? Not have to pay for and ruin canvases and waste paint? I’m in!”

I'm inspired by these impressionists to tell reality, “Hold your focus and take a vacation.” Mundane moments are about to get a makeover.

Click on any image. You know you want to. Curiosity will eat at you if you don’t. I'll bet you there’s a description, display options, sizing, and pricing. Everything you’d expect and something more!

The tour continues on to Black and White Abstracts. Get ready for contrast!

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