Paintings by famous artists often fail to generate my enthusiasm but a loose watercolor or a layered photograph catches me right by the heart. Eclectic comes to mind.
Fractals caught my attention after I saw Benoit Mandlebrot speak and the PBS presentation 'Hunting the Hidden Dimension'.
More recently I've become attached to the Wacom Bamboo Fun Tablet with Adobe Photoshop Elements which takes me to surreal mind drifts.
Never sure what happens next, I follow color and whimsy in my search for personal ART.
The top image began as a digital photo of a troll doll pen placed on the shiny side of CD near a window for reflection. In Photoshop, it was cut in half and one half was flipped. On the Tablet I drew a couple of birch trunks, added a few leaves and erased some of the foreground to produce the shadows. It took quite a while and I had no idea what was going to happen but I'm enamored by synchronicity and surprise.
I might try this one in black and white, just to see...
Thanks to Sunday Scribblings for the prompt word Art. Click the link to see what others wrote and to play along.