Digital Rabbit Hole

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Dahlia
 

Sophia
 

Maisie
 

Bernice

by Christina barnes - Imaginographer

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Why I created digital rabbit hole...

Why a rabbit?
 

 


Bernice decided to start living her life fearlessly...

Once Maisie realized she had created the illusion of what her life was, and it could be anything she imagined, she played with reckless abandon...

Young Sophia found that for now,  it was so much easier to train a seal to help build her castle of love than it was to train a boy...


Dahlia knew if she just followed her bliss, it would lead to something really, really, really big...

 

Digital Rabbit Hole is a collection of images I've manipulated into various surreal, humorous, quirky and sassy scenes.  The images are inspired by an awakening of sorts brought on by life events. I believe our burdens are gifts meant to lead us to the path home if we are searching,  going deep within, accepting the duality of life, ourselves, a higher love,   and no longer caring who approves of us.

 

 

Some people have asked why I use so many animals instead of people in my work. I feel when most of us look at a photo of another human, our subconscious mind immediately sets to work judging, critiquing, and comparing that image.  Animals are disarming and make the viewer more receptive to the message of each piece.  My animals are very spiritually enlightened and also adept at pondering the psychological aspects of the journey of life.  My objective is to share some humor, hope, encouragement, enlightenment, empowerment, love, compassion and of course art.

Art that tickles the mind, flows through the heart and hangs on the walls of the soul. 


Digital Rabbit Hole Surreal Images Using Photo Manipulation, Art Posters, Greeting Cards, Postcards, Business Cards

Contemporary Art Posters