Rêverie project, the Cloak, limited edition


Italy

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Size: 27.6 H x 39.4 W x 0.4 in

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Photography: Color and Photogram on Canvas and Other.

Roccacalascio Castle, Abruzzo, Italy
brunellafratini.tumblr.com/reverie
A photographic story "widespread" in the Italian province, that breaks the landscape in places-moments, related to stories they see as the woman protagonist, his dreams and his fears. The dream vision is prevalent in the first series of reverie, in which the visions appear more terse and rarefied as in the passage between adolescence and youth.
The stronger the image in the second set, Vif Rêverie, from the French "vivid", in which the female appears to think more heated, polished, paradoxical, sometimes acid, as happens in adulthood.
The term reverie (literally fantasy, pipe dream, daydream, fantastic imagination) refers to a state of neglect of the spirit in times of wakefulness and sleep (Reve), for images and situations in which the 'I forget the protagonist its history and its surroundings, leaving your mind wander, enjoying a freedom similar to that of the dream. The dreamer of reverie is nothing but an alchemist of words, a modern shaman. (Cit. Gaston Bachelard's Poetics of Reverie, and Daedalus)

limited edition (5 pieces)

Keywords: Peaceful, Surreal, Woman, Italy, Cloak, Dream, Fantasy, Landscape, Magic, Mountain

Subjects: Landscape

Styles: Surrealism, fantasy, landscape, Conceptual

Mediums: Color, Photogram

Materials: Canvas, Other

Prints: Landscape Art Prints, Surrealism Art Prints, fantasy Art Prints, landscape Art Prints, Conceptual Art Prints, Color Art Prints, Photogram Art Prints, Canvas Art Prints, Other Art Prints

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