Amazingly Beautiful Painting of Old Homestead is Much More Awesome Than it Seems
Two for one! We all love a good deal and this amazingly beautiful painting of old homestead is much more awesome than it seems. With two pictures in one painting it is a trick and a treat for the eyes. Ukrainian born artist, Oleg Shuplyak specializes in optical illusion paintings. Each one of his spectacular pieces features a hidden face within the incredible nature scene. What started out as studying and training in architecture, which was Oleg's second love, his first love blossomed and grew. It was here he learned the art and technique of composing pictures and positioning other images in it, creating an optical illusion. Featured on 'Off Grid World', this amazing painting will capture your attention, fascination and curiosity.
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A shepherd with a white billowy top sits and rests amongst the tall grass. Sheep graze and rest nestled side by side near by. Blue, yellow and white flowers dot the countryside. The dirt path leads to the white washed, thatched roof cottages. A dark stormy sky lingers. Quiet, peaceful and serene. There is a noticeable lack of all the technology that "simplifies" our life. There is is only man, his livestock and the beautiful surrounding landscape. This amazingly beautiful painting portrays a cleaner world and epitomizes sustainable living. It is also SO much more that it seems. Check out this fantastic painting of the old homestead on 'Off Grid World' by following the link below.