PP Art: Photography Painting Art

Photograhy Painting Art

green and yellow abstract flowery meadow with red flowers and abstract floating flower shapes pattern
green and yellow abstract flowery meadow with red flowers and abstract floating flower shapes pattern

What does PP Art mean? It is a fusion between the art of photography and that of painting.

Barbara Stamegna, painter, and Bruno Paolo Benedetti, photographer, in October 2018 decide to develop a new artistic flow by fusing their arts into an innovative artistic production that they name “PP Art”.

Photography Painting Art is the result of a process of manipulation of photos of paintings and digital art photographs. Through the fusion of these two different art products, a brand new artwork is born.

The outcome is an impressive artwork where both the fused visual arts create a new more stunning image where colors and shapes are mixed in an innovative and unique  way.

The resulting abstract images  are made of fluid floating shapes and straight or bended lines, of circles and concentric shapes, of vivid lights and shadows, of allusions to human faces or figures and they are made of bright an soft tones of colors and shades,  giving the watcher many suggestions for her/his imagination and creativity.

The PP Art (Photography Painting Art) fused artworks introduce the observer to an inner celestial world made by sensations, emotions, feelings, by evoking questions and ancestral images with a strong religious inspiration.

See images:

  1. Floral Pink Abstract
  2. Green Labyrinth Abstractions Art
  3. Swirling Fire Universe
  4. Dominant Blue Objects Abstractions Art
  5. Fluid Objects Art Abstraction
  6. Mottled Multicolored Abstract Composition
  7. Colorful Abstract Swirl Art
  8. Liquid Objects Abstraction
  9. Water Dream Abstraction
  10. Abstract Floral Suggestion
  11. Green Abstract Shapes Movement
  12. Thorny Flower Abstract Art
  13. Yellow Fluid Abstract Flower
  14. Waving swirling Flower Abstract
  15. Liquid Moving Elements
  16. Deep Yellow Flowers Abstraction
  17. Floating Green Shapes on Yellow Abstraction