Jim Fischer

Imagination: Serendipitous Realism

Serendipidous realism is the process of creating art from scraps; left over paint and scrapped dried paint from the palette, and cut sections from the wiping cloths. Images are identified by association with a quote or statement proving that realism is as much imagination and all art is, as Leonardo DaVince said, a trick of the eye. Serendipidous realism is the process of creating art from scraps; left over paint and scrapped dried paint from the palette, and cut sections from the wiping cloths. Images are identified by association with a quote or statement proving that realism is as much imagination and all art is, as Leonardo DaVince said, a trick of the eye.


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