The ebb and flow of water dictates how an object appears within it. The element of water changes how an object appears below the surface and becomes an intriguing visual experience for the viewer. The image may appear broken, foreshortened, or even morphed. This illusion creates a visual experience, forcing the eye and brain to decipher what it sees. The fragmentation of the image interacting with water is both puzzling and beautiful. My work involves mixing highly saturated skin tones with blue hues to illustrate the intricacies of how the flesh and water interact.