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Futuristic Prediction: Abstract Acrylic Painting of a Young Woman Gazing into a Glass Ball

Futuristic Prediction: Abstract Acrylic Painting of a Young Woman Gazing into a Glass Ball
Diana Dimova-TRAXI

Price 710E NOW 640E

Description: Immerse yourself in the captivating world of “Futuristic Prediction,” an abstract acrylic painting on canvas measuring 40/40 cm (16/16 inches). This artwork features a young woman peering into a glass ball, where she foretells the future. The abstract background of the painting reveals her reflection, transformed into a robotic figure, attentively observing the glass ball. The two figures are intertwined through red and white lines resembling blood vessels and cables.

Unlock the depths of this intriguing artwork, a visual representation of a future where humans and artificial intelligence coexist as two sides of a unified whole. Beyond mere blood connections, there are now ties to machines. “Futuristic Prediction” serves as a symbolic testament to the profound insight and refined taste of its owner, showcasing their appreciation for abstract art.

Perfect for adorning the walls of computer companies or psychologists’ offices, this artwork emanates a sense of wisdom and sophistication. With its compact size, it also makes an exquisite gift. Moreover, investing in this piece by artist Diana Dimova-TRAXI proves advantageous, as she consistently participates in international competitions and exhibitions, steadily building her brand and increasing the value of her works over time.

Rest assured, if you choose to acquire this painting, it will arrive securely packaged along with a certificate of authenticity, personally signed by the artist herself, Diana Dimova-TRAXI.

I am Diana Dimova-TRAXI, a creator who reveres life in all its splendor. I paint movement and light, as my artworks are born from the particles of motion and luminosity merging in a single moment. For here and now, life is Wonderful!

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