About the Book
This book is a complete series of images that I took of a decaying flower. The flower had fallen into the bottom of a vase and I photographed it once it had become dried to the glass. I was surprised at how beautiful and detailed each section of the flower was and how translucent the remains were. It almost seemed to morph into something completely different as I was photographing it. Nature continually fascinates me!
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Aug 19, 2010
- Tags fine art photography, fine art, macro photography, close up, photography, macro, color, nature, life, biology, plant, plants, flowers, petals, stamen, veins, translucent, growth, vegetation, flora, decay, death, decompose, erode, dying, end, eternal, texture, potpourri, light, dark, contrast, shadows, shapes, organic
I enjoy exploring creativity in new and exciting ways. I love to learn about artistic processes and am always ready to get my hands dirty. I am constantly being inspired by books, blogs, magazines, photographs, movies, and nature. I enjoy making crafts, building strange cameras to take pictures with, sewing, and watching Project Runway, all while eating chocolate. I studied at Northwest College of Art and have earned a bachelor's degree in visual communication with majors in both fine art and design.