Rebecca E Weisenberg

Digital Art

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Hauberk

This piece was inspired by ancient German body armor.
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Steampumpk

The inspiration is steampunk. The title is a play on words from steampunk and a pumpkin which was used to create the background.
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Freedom

The snow speckled exterior reflects the coldness and unsanitary barrier of a prison. The abandoned rustic shackles with dried blood symbolizes Freedom.
"For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chain, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others." —Nelson Mandela
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Forces of Nature

The inspiration is the elements of nature: earth, water, air, and fire.
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Dry-Docked

Inspired by a sailboat stuck in sand.
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Rising of the Phoenix

Two college students from North Carolina abandoned their Jeep. The stuffing was exposed from the front seat. There was neither a bird nor feather images in this artwork.
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Transcendental

The burning lava reflects a spirit, who lives in the underground.
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Desolate

Inspired by Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel. This is my interpretation of his self–portrait and the cavemen.
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Forbidden

Inspired by Adam and Eve, dressed for the occasion.
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Les Fleurs

Take the time from one’s busy life, slow down the pace of life’s rhythm, and “smell the flowers.”
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Eye 2 Eye

"The important thing is not the camera but the eye." —Alfred Eisenstaedt
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Rebirth

Inspired by Sandro Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus."
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Andvari

Inspired by Norse Mythology. Andvari was "the dwarf who created a magic ring and became master of all the gold in the universe." The ring is cursed because it caused death to all who owned it. In Norse Mythology, two ravens serve as the eyes and ears of Odin, who is the "lord of war, death, and knowledge" (www.Godchecker.com).
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Hardgrep

This Norse goddess was the giant protector of Hadding, the King of Sweden. In one battle, an extremely large black hand strangled her (www.Godchecker.com). The majestic collar of exposed bones symbolizes her fatality.
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Eir

Inspired by Norse Mythology. Eir was the Goddess of Healing. The attributes of herbs was only revealed to women. However, in order to communicate with her, "you have to climb the hill where she sits" (www.Godchecker.com).
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Mimir

Inspired by Norse Mythology. Mimir is "the talking head at the spring of knowledge by the Yggdrasil Tree (giant ash tree). He knows the secrets of the universe' (www.Godchecker.com).
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Keeper of the Garden

Inspired by Italian artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
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Masquerade

Inspired by "Phantom of the Opera" Digitally Painted (No photography).
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Key to My Life

The hand holds the key to my life.
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Key to My Heart

The hand holds the key to my heart.
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Grotesque

Inspired by my dental surgery.
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Perplexed

Inspired by the remains of a horrific fire near Globe, Arizona. All that was standing was the frame of the house, burnt sheets of paper, and chipped dishes strewn across the remaining ashes.
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Breathe

This piece evokes suffering and pain. The focus is to move forward and just breathe.