Isle of the Dead
It's not such a great image, but I posted it because of it's interesting similarity to Bocklin's Isle of the Dead.
Bocklin's painting is surreal, and yet there is really nothing overtly surreal; the effect comes entirely from our mind. Which is why I find abstract or semi-abstract works are the most expressive and powerful works of art. They look like something real; but they look like something more than just real. There is something unpredictable and unnatural about the alien hand that made them -- that is, the computer algorithm. This Isle of the Dead was painted by dead things -- a machine.
Still, Bocklin's painting is a fine example of the greatness of what I call, "Handmade Art" -- the human stuff. He has really captured the dreamlike vision he saw in his mind.
Iterated Isle of the Dead 2. Sounds like a trashy horror movie sequel.
The images were made in Kandid -- spontaneously and mysteriously, like an island on the horizon where there should be none.