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Intricacy Digital Art - Intricacy by Elizabeth S Zulauf

Intricacy is a piece of digital artwork by Elizabeth S Zulauf which was uploaded on October 2nd, 2013.

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Eyecatching and seizing digital work Elizabeth ..!! L/F

This is something really different! Although I don't know how I can say that seeing as every one of your images is really different! This makes me think of those spirals of densely rolled up wire that I used to love letting go at the top of the stairs and somehow it managed to somersault slowly down the stairs one at a time like a living entity.I don't know if you have any idea what I mean as I don't know what they were called. Anyway,spirals also make me think of "time" and the idea of time appearing linear,but really,maybe it is all happening at once. So your pathway looks unclear but the beginning and the end are already here in one sense.Elizabeth,sometimes I ramble on,but the ideas that spring from your pictures could go on forever! I love the wonderfully deep blues of course too.Always love the colours! Another fascinating work ! v/f