Category - Art Photography

Life in shadows by Jeremy Brake

My name is Jeremy Brake I’ve been photographing for 5 years, I was born in Halifax, Canada and now reside in Corner Brook. This ongoing series is a merging of abstract lines and shapes with the “decisive moment” where every part of the composition lines up together, to show the people around me only through their shadows. Throughout all of...

The abstraction of personality – Arit Emmanuela

My work focuses on fine art portraiture involving the abstract ideas of personality. I aim to create concept driven imagery that combines the intrinsic ideas of culture, identity, and self. I create this kind of work because I believe that individuality is the most important facet of humanity and want people to see this through my art. ~Arit...

Abstract Reflection by Arthur Lugauskas

And so you know how this came about, well some years ago I remember this cereal box I had. And in the back of it were some little games. One of them was to read a word. But the word just looked like a barcode. Imagine long lines really close together, apparently according to this cereal box those lines spelled out a word. Soon after struggling to...

The miniature dioramas of Mark Bartkiw

I’m a Canadian photo and video based artist. I use miniature dioramas to construct surreal scenes that create a feeling of mystery and tension. The viewer projects their own story or interpretation into the implied actions. ~Mark Bartkiw The analogue macro-photographic approach is a crucial aspect of the construction of the images. The camera...

The naturalistic art photography of Aneta Vašatová

In my work, I’m focused on the relation between man and nature. Project Recto Verso (obverse and reverse) combines a world of technology and nature. It is divided into several phases, where nature is involved in the process as well as technology. Through installations and special imprinting methods I research inner perception of landscape. I...

Explosions of color photographed by Gabriel Wickbold

Brazilian photographer Gabriel Wickbold pours buckets’ worth of paint on his models in a simultaneously transcendent and sort of cruel artistic endeavor. Explosions of color and raw sensuality seem to jump out from each one of his works in the series titled “Sexual Color”. Wickbold says of the works, “The paint is a protection and at the...

Exploring PSD with the photography of Alice Teeple

My work examines the often disastrous effects of military PTSD on the family structure. After reading about my grandfather’s experience in Guadalcanal, I embarked on a yearlong examination of how his trauma and mental fallout affected two subsequent generations of family. I created a series of self portraits embodying this, playing...