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Full Collection "In the Eye of the Beholder"


In the Eye of the Beholder (Cody) - Limited Edition of 20 Photograph

Ernesto Romano

United Kingdom

Photography, C-type on Aluminium

Size: 19.7 W x 19.7 H x 1.2 D in

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The Series in the Eye of the Beholder combines macro photography of human eyes and flowers into an image that reminds us the need to be connected with nature and our Universe. the shapes and colours of the flower blended in to the human eye also reminds us of the Universe (nebulas, supernovas, black holes), allowing us to once regain reconnect with the deepest parts of nature and showing us us how micro cosmos and macro cosmos are interconnected The series is printed on a round format and mounted on aluminium with a 6 mm acrylic glass on top, ready to hang. This artwork is made to order so please allow 5-7 working days after ordering. The flower used for this artwork is a beautiful daisy with pink ends on the petals.

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Photography:C-type on Aluminium

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:19.7 W x 19.7 H x 1.2 D in

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I am Ernesto, an Italian artist living and working in London. I use x-rays of my body for my work, which I transform with bold colours and often embellish with gold leaf, glitter, spray paint or Swarovski crystals. All my work is very much colourful and shiny. I often use symbols like crowns (including crown of thorns-religious symbols) and jewels that I superimpose to the x-rays, and then hand embellish them adding sparkle. Those symbols tend do identify a certain status or social position. On the other hand the x-rays instead are free from any social connotation, any prejudice or stereotype and often free form gender and ambiguous and eventually the most judgemental free angle from which a person can be looked at. These X-rayed self portraits convey a message of equality and universal values, of inclusion and diversity. I have exhibited nationally in UK and internationally and my work is collected worldwide.

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