Spring has Sprung into Digital Art

April 2, 2013 at 8:00 am | Posted in Conventional Art | Leave a comment
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The calendar went from Winter to Spring on March 20th yet across the country mother nature has not gotten the memo!  Cold fronts have swept the north and south, bringing snow, frost and major wind storms that knocked out power to different areas.  Here at Imikimi.com we wanted to bring a little sunshine to your cold spring day with some interesting and beautiful spring digital art.  Digital art can be abstract in nature or simply a photograph that has been changed digitally to spark the interest of the viewer.  Art in all forms is beautiful and unique with the beauty always in the hands of the beholder.


photo credit: paradoxiclife.wordpress.com


photo credit: fineartamerica.com

Spring comes in many shapes and forms even if we do prefer the warmth after a long cold winter.  The saying from childhood of “April showers bring May flowers” is what helps on those blistering cold days where even the birds are hiding instead of singing their spring songs.  Flower festivals sprout up around the country bringing the vibrant spring colors of red, blue, purple, pink, green and yellow.  From Washington’s Tulip Festival to the Dogwood-Azalea Festival in Missouri, flowers are synonymous with the thought of spring and what better way to celebrate than with parades and street fairs that typically accompany the flower festivals.


 photo credit: urlmd.com


photo credit: bitdesign.ca


photo credit: picstopin.com


 photo credit: digital-art-gallery.com

Art has the ability to inspire and change a persons perspective on the world as a whole.  Hopefully this art will bring you out of the winter slump and bounding into spring!


 photo credit: etsy.com


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