Autumn is a perfect season for still life photography - with its colorful leaves, extremely orange persimmon, hot drinks, red apples, pumpkin soup, and wild grapes. Every local market and parks are ready-made vanitas.
So I decided to take the opportunity and...
A misappropriated menagerie of items: a puppet, a porcelain doll, a sewing box, a brass bell–remnants of my childhood where dysfunction is the family heirloom. These objects are combined with abstract elements, integrating still life and abstract expression, recreating childhood scenarios,...
I'm a still life photographer and there's no thing that inspires me more than coffee and sweets.
These are some pictures I made at different times. If you're a coffee lover or sweet tooth like me, you may like them :)
I am an artist Debra Keirce. I use my background as a chemical engineer to design still life paintings that are just about to come to life!
When the eggs hatch, the string burns, the pot boils..
This is my Endless Book Project — a big panorama about outer space, chocolate cookies, dreams of interstellar flight, coffee, cupcakes and meeting with aliens.
As a still life photographer I always try to find something interesting and adventurous in everyday...
Shooting splashes is always great fun, even if it’s a simple image with a coffee cup and a falling piece of refined sugar. Plus, there is always so much room for experimentation—in other words, for even more fun!
My name is Dina and I tell animate stories about inanimate objects. Every object contains a kind of “folded story” inside it. Things can tell what they saw, who held them, who accidentally broke them, and who lovingly gathered up the...
Exhibition: SUSAN MIKULA
four photographs: picture book
Dates: June 17 - July 18, 2015
Reception: Saturday, June 20, 5:30 - 7:30pm
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00-6:00
Reception: Saturday, June 20, 5:30-7:30
For exhibition 48 we are pleased to be previewing four representative photographs from Susan Mikula's...
My family roots back to England, but I was born in Israel. I was a child on a fence; a daughter to a migrating family. The house within culturally stayed European but outside was the Israeli controversial culture.
In this illustration series called 'Pop Culture Still Lives,' I embed celebrity faces into everyday objects like nachos, couches, and Spongebob Squarepants.
Beyonce as Pikachu and Danny DeVito as a Pickle. Hell ya!