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2019 - Fine Art Photography Awards - Non-Professional; Nature; 1ST PLACE WINNER The fragile beauty of flowers has always fascinated me for being so apt a metaphor of how ephemeral life is. It is a poetic tragedy. I am here, I am beautiful and I am going to die. Photography can prolong the life of that moment, because one can go back to that single moment time and time again. This image is available in 4 limited edition sizes: 30/30 cm- edition of 25 + 4 AP 50/50 cm- edition of 10 + 3 AP 70/70 cm- edition of 10 + 3 AP 100/100 cm- edition of 5 + 2 AP All prints are numbered and labelled with artist's signature, and come with a certificate of authenticity and a hologram sticker, attached to the back of the print. Limited Edition Giclée Print on Hahnemühle paper and has a 2cm white border (image size with white border - 54/54cm).
Photography Print:Digital on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10
Size:19.7 W x 19.7 H x 0 D in
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To me photography is an exploration of the mind. A kind of fiction, offering a glimpse of a co-existing reality. A way of seeing a world floating between unspoken dreams yet-to-be and the endless nostalgia for the time that has never been, with a surreal motif. Since photography is born in a split-second, I find it being the perfect medium to show a fraction of a supposed reality. A fraction that does not describe, but merely suggests. A fraction that has no beginning or an end, but is bound to have an afterlife, long and rich as the viewer’s memory. The two main subjects I explore are women and flowers, as flowers are often associates with women and feminine. My woman is a silent inhabitant of an alternative place that provides an escape from the passage of time. She is both strong and fragile. The center and only a fragment of something greater; a suggestion for something more. Flowers are usually associated with women because of the idea of new life; a rebirth after the winter. Yet since they fade quickly, flowers are also linked with death. In my photographs a slice of this birth-to-death shift is suspended in time.
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