Take a look at these pieces by Tremaine Harris; an artist hailing from South Florida whose dynamic work is primarily based upon abstraction or non-objective religious philosophies, with science fiction overtones.
Created as digital art, paintings, and sometimes sculptures, Harris' exploration of spatial conceptual forms departs from the recognisable and is catapulted to a futurist landscape of a time yet unseen.
Recently Harris' work was personally curated by Marco Schwalbe for Stroke Art Fair Digital .4 and .5 of this year; and in 2000, some of it even went to outer-space on board the STS Shuttle 97; an event Harris descibes as a great honour for a lover of Sci-fi.
On the work, Harris has this to say:
"...abstract or non objective art requires the viewer to open their mind to new possibilities and interpretation to the relationship of image, form and color.
Upon this awareness the work can be received in a multitude of ways like a visual parable, that requires the observer to interact in their spirit and mind with the piece. God's nature and existence is abstract, real yet inconceivable to cognizance his vastness and complexity."
Take a look at more works via the links below.