A Light in Dark Places
A LIGHT IN DARK PLACES
by LYNNE COLLINS
About the Book
In Lynne Collins’ stunning photo montages, nature reinvents dying buildings and rich scenes of life clash with peeling wallpaper and rotting floors. The abandoned spaces are shown in a way they’ve never been seen before – interspersed with extravagant foods and looming foliage to create hauntingly beautiful images which are entirely unique.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date May 28, 2012
- Tags abandoned spaces, lynne collins, Dutch 17th century still life paintings, digital photography, fine art photography, still life, abandoned buildings, allegory of decadence, photographic narratives, colour photographs, abandoned interiors, stunning photo montages, woodland scenes, trees in buildings, mental asylums, elegant interiors, victorian interiors, eerie abandoned interiors, documenting lost spaces, overgrown abandoned buildings, The trespasser, The edge of perception, award winning work, series of works., montages, surreal, photography, symbolism, landscapes
Lynne Collins free-lanced as a fine artist and sculptor in film and television for 25 years, working on commissions for feature films and BBC art programs. During this time she was gaining knowledge of film making and photography from the industry experts while acquiring a real interest in the medium as another artist tool. It is her experience of working on film sets that Lynne draws upon when making her photographs.