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Midnight blue - Photograph - Limited Edition of 2

Henri ODABAS

France

Photography, Color on Paper

Size: 15.7 W x 23.6 H x 0 D in

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A starry night in the mountains ''Le Taillefer'' -Isère, (FR). A midnight dream, a beautiful imposing mountain, symbol of Greatness, all in blue, the symbolic color of dreams, and a starry sky, announcer of good news... The mountain guides the eye up to the starlit sky. Photo taken in 1982 in the Alps with Kodachrome slide and digitized in 2022. Limited edition including its secured certificate of authenticity registered at ARTtrust with an unique reference number verifiable at any time on : https://www.arttrustonline.com This artwork is printed on paper Bright White Hahnemühle 310g,pigment inkjet printer. This artwork is also available in other sizes or supports. Please contact us if needed : contact@photo-lookandfeel.com

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Photography:Color on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:2

Size:15.7 W x 23.6 H x 0 D in

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Winner of ''2023 World Photography Day Contest'' with his fine art photograph ''WATA-YUKI'', Henri ODABAS is a French fine art photographer based in a small burgundy village. Henri's artworks are an invitation to a timeless journey to surprising lands where the surreal becomes real... His photographic techniques and his painter vision give his artworks a dreamlike aspect. The images captured through his analog and digital cameras become multi-faceted paintings, combining unexpected and surprising objects, decors, lights, colors, to build representations that open the Spirit to another dimensions of Vision. ''Photography becomes more interesting, when it stops being a reproduction of ''reality'' and shows us things differently. Every photography is a kind of construction... the transition from reality to representation... I am always fascinated by the Beauty of Nature, minerals, plants and animals, a lot by the light...... especially by simple things, because, it is in the smallest that the Greater is reflected '' Henri ODABAS BIOGRAPHY : He spent his adolescence in Switzerland, a so beautiful country. At the age of 12 that he received his first camera (ZEISS-IKON) and one of his neighbors, a professional photographer taught him the basics of setting up a camera. From an early age he showed particular aptitude for drawing and painting. Often, in elementary school and high school, his paintings were hung on the panels by his teachers.... In 1996, he trained with Patrick BETAUDIER (1928-2008) at Neo Medici painting workshop in Monflanquin (FR) where he discovered a special technique of painting : creating a radiating light which magnetizes the sight. His artistic project is combining photography as an art with a painter vision. His photographic images are often layered and juxtaposed to give an impression of surreal, magic and sometimes contemplative scenes, then the unreal becomes ''real'' ! He is working with digital and analog photography and expands constantly his practice by using different technics (*) (*) Long exposure, multi exposure, ICM, infrared…

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