10 September 2010

Blueberry Fantasy by Kasia B. Turajczyk

Maybe I should not post to this blog my own work, and I should not write about it either.
But in this case I can’t resist it. I think this painting has something fantastic, something enigmatic and mysterious.
After a few years spent reading and watching and doing research about fantastic and fantasy art and all the genres in between I am coming more and more to understand and recognise all the boundaries and confusions between and about fantasy art and the fantastic elements in art. In his famous book "Au coeur du fantastique" Roger Caillos said that fantasy is secret and mysterious . I am not sure he was right about that. There are lots of paintings in the fantasy art genre which are full of fantastic elements and full of weird and crazy imaginary creatures with absolutely no mysterious or secret ambience what so ever. It could be just the problem of the onomastics or the semantic. I don’t know since I can’t ask Caillos any more precisely what he meant when he used mystery and secret as synonyms for fantasy.
Back to my painting “The Blueberry Fantasy”; which I categorised as a mysterious painting and I am not only the one. All the people who have seen it found The Blueberry Fantasy a very surrealistic and secret work. Every time someone looks at it they find new mysterious creatures, shapes and shadows. And people love it. As proud as I am (read it as sarcasm) I present my mysterious paintings amongst all the other great works by famous painters.
Voila!

Blueberry Fantasy - acrylics on canvas, 90cmx90cm

10 comments:

VaaB said...

Well done! Acrylic&

gothic fantasy art said...

Its great!!!!

downlights said...

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dangel smith said...

your right!! interesting painting, wish that i could paint like that. thanks for sharing.


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rachel neil said...

wow, you are quite the artist,
I'm an artist too but you surpass me by many miles
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Bruno said...

Yes, I know exactly what you mean by a mysterious or secret ambience. We see a lot of work where this is missing and it is always nice to see it whe it is there. 'Passage of the Avatar' by Michael Whelan is a good example as is most of Brian Froud's work, Patrick Woodroffe too. i like the fact that the eye is a bit distorted and not too realistic .. adds a bit of surreal imagery to it.

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Jenrozz Dagang said...

wow! i like your painting.. honestly at first glance I thought it was some sort of a photograph taken from a dslr..
very nice indeed!
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Muminek said...

Thank you guys! Working on a new surreal painting.......will be ready soon