Life is absolutely unpredictable. None of us do not know what lies around the corner. Will someone stand on one’s skirt while crosses the street at a red light, or whether air conditioner will fall on the someone’s head, while it admires the dress in the window, or whether someone will fall into manhole and become a Ninja Turtle… Therefore, we should arm ourselves with cameras and wait for successful last photo! P.S. Of course, the mounted material, in this case, is preferable than the original.
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Interesting illusion art by Donald Rust.
Donald Rust was born in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1932. He began drawing and painting at a very early age and has never had the desire to be anything but a serious artist. His early work was directly influenced by his grandfather, Emil Rust, Gil Elvgren, Bob Toombs, and Norman Rockwell. However, he feels there has been no one single influence in his wildlife art and insists that all wildlife artists have affected his style.
For many years, Rusty’s paintings concentrated on circus and portrait subjects; but recently, wildlife subjects have intrigued him more and more.
Rust’s paintings hang in the Ringling Museum of the Circus, Sarasota, Florida, the Norman Rockwell Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
Rusty’s ability to capture nature lies between fantasy and reality. Realism is his style, but he wants to take the collector’s imagination one step further. He is an artist sensitive to nature and its surroundings. The beauty of his artistic documentation is distinctly his own. Rusty takes us not just to a creative visual, but to a place and a story.