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Odd Things: Surrealism New Zealand Art

Odd Things: Surrealism New Zealand Art

This is the magic of artistry!

"Odd Things" from the Not a Still Life series has found its forever home owner. But you can commission a bespoke masterpiece that will transport you into the unconventional and thought-provoking world of surrealism.

Surrealism, an art movement born out in the 20th century, dares to challenge the confines of reality and embraces the power of the subconscious mind.
In this mesmerizing piece, floating coffee mugs, scrabble pieces, and a sliced tomato come together in a symphony of creativity. Each element symbolizes the unique and quirky oddities that infuse life with enchantment.

Surrealism, with its dreamlike imagery and juxtaposition of unrelated objects, invites you to explore the depths of your imagination. Defying logic and embracing the unexpected pushes the boundaries of artistic expression. "Odd Things" invites you to celebrate the beauty found in life's eccentricities, reminding us that true art lies in embracing the unconventional.

Although this particular piece has been sold, the opportunity to acquire a similar masterpiece awaits you. Imagine owning a one-of-a-kind creation that captures your imagination and sparks conversations.

Commission your own bespoke artwork tailored to your preferences and desires, and let the wonders of surrealism come alive on your walls. Unleash your creativity and embark on a personal artistic journey that reflects your unique perspective.
To bring this compelling surrealistic vision to life, don't hesitate to reach out and inquire about commissioning a similar artwork. Let Collette transform your dreams into a real masterpiece that speaks to your soul and captivates all who look at it.

Embrace the allure of surrealism and let art transport you to a realm where reality merges with the extraordinary. The world of Not a Still Life eagerly awaits your presence.

Take a look at other pieces in this collection

Not A Still Life with Pears

A Study of Apples 1

Little Apples II

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