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Home > NanoArt International Online Exhibition - 7th Edition > Janis Kirstein, USA - NanoArt International 7
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Energy Fields 1-66 viewsI used a combination of media including acrylic, pastel, colored pencil and Photoshop to achieve my results. I especially used transparent layers in Photoshop to create the atmospheric abstraction prevalent in each of these pieces.
The size or scale in my pieces combines the Nano scale image with the larger scale of the atmospheric universal firmament orientation, thus presenting a microcosm of a microcosm. Both realities are visible at once, creating a paradox, or a sense perceptive omnipotence in the viewer, much like being able to view that which is hidden by virtue of scale or size manipulation within a constructed reality.
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Energy Fields 2-58 viewsI used a combination of media including acrylic, pastel, colored pencil and Photoshop to achieve my results. I especially used transparent layers in Photoshop to create the atmospheric abstraction prevalent in each of these pieces.
The size or scale in my pieces combines the Nano scale image with the larger scale of the atmospheric universal firmament orientation, thus presenting a microcosm of a microcosm. Both realities are visible at once, creating a paradox, or a sense perceptive omnipotence in the viewer, much like being able to view that which is hidden by virtue of scale or size manipulation within a constructed reality.
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Energy Fields 3-54 viewsI used a combination of media including acrylic, pastel, colored pencil and Photoshop to achieve my results. I especially used transparent layers in Photoshop to create the atmospheric abstraction prevalent in each of these pieces.
The size or scale in my pieces combines the Nano scale image with the larger scale of the atmospheric universal firmament orientation, thus presenting a microcosm of a microcosm. Both realities are visible at once, creating a paradox, or a sense perceptive omnipotence in the viewer, much like being able to view that which is hidden by virtue of scale or size manipulation within a constructed reality.
 
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