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We'll find out at the end of the month. ;]
Either way, thank-you for sharing. It's a fine composition with a haunting aesthetic.
Well, the simplest definitions that I am aware of are that abstractions are pieces where the subject matter is unrecognisable or where the impact of shape, light, and tone take major significance over subject matter: and surrealities are pieces where the subject matter has been removed from reality or disconnected from regular perception, or where there's something curiously out of place in a composition.
Obviously these aren't definitive, but it's what I tend to follow.
Thank-you for sharing.