Improbable but Entirely Possible by Peter Harpley

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Digital Photo Montage

From a series of pieces based around ‘impossible shapes’

Also available as a super high resolution Giclee print from my own website.

(Illustrated here as a large size print in a walnut box frame – click on ‘buy/preview’ to see other available options)

This image and many others are also available as MUGS T-SHIRTS and CARDS at ZAZZLE (you may need to register to purchase here)


abstract, gold, fantasy, optical, shapes, triangle, illusion, overlapping, impossible


  • Richard G Witham
    Richard G Withamabout 6 years ago

    This is stunning Peter.

  • Ann  Palframan
    Ann Palframanabout 6 years ago

    Great work – and brilliant title:-)

  • RosaCobos
    RosaCobosabout 6 years ago it is.. I knew that it could not desappoint me…
    And I see it in the work the same reference to Escher, but for your benefit I must say that it is entirely yours….Quite organic even it is geometric, as it we could be seeing new forms of Life.. I always have thought that the same way we are “carbon units” there could be in the future “silicon items”.. then.. the computering will be turned into a ssort of new beings… relating to the wonderful film.. “A.I” (Artificial Intelligence) from S. Spielberg.
    It is wonderful… really poetic too.
    Your titling is magnetic and shows a clear liberal and open minded person behind, with some scientific preparation, even if it is just a sciencie-lover, as I may be, sometimes.

  • Julie Marks
    Julie Marksover 5 years ago

    This is a remarkable piece. The colors, textures and geometric imagery all combine to createa visual and verbal metaphor, “improbable, but entirely possible.” This would be a very uplifting message for our group, the healing journey. You are masterful, a brilliant artist and exceptional human being who takes leaps of faith into otherworldy realms. It is always a magical and inspiring ride into Peter’s extraordinary imagination!

  • Wow Julie – your high priase really put a smile on my face. Its really fascinating seeing how people who know about imagery see my pictures – particulalry works like this that I would be very hard pressed to explain (well they should be very much for the viewer to read their own meaning) – I might suggest something about order in chaos and chaos in order… Thank you ever so much anyway. happy holidays! Peter

    – Peter Harpley

  • Maria  Moro
    Maria Moroover 5 years ago

    please consider one of your artworks for the challenge TRIANGULAR Shapes

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