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SHADES OF LANDSCAPE

Shades of Landscape - Match flowers
Shades of Landscape - Purple and red
Shades of Landscape - Green arena
Shades of Landscape - Warm palette
Shades of Landscape - Yellow city
Shades of Landscape - Green and earth
Shades of Landscape - Night on fire
Shades of Landscape - Terracota
Shades of Landscape - Yellow and purple
Shades of Landscape - Green and blue lines
Shades of Landscape - Hit the road
Shades of Landscape - Black
Shades of Landscape - Gray day
Shades of Landscape - Symbols
Shades of Landscape - San Marcos
Shades of Landscape - Blade runner
Shades of Landscape - Days on fog
Shades of Landscape - Deep city
Shades of Landscape - River
Shades of Landscape - Match flowers
Shades of Landscape - Blue arena
Shades of Landscape - Fire
Shades of Landscape - Billboards
Night in fire
Billboards
Blade Runner
Symbols
Shades of Landscape - Match Flowers
Shades of lanscape - workshop print proofs

Digital photography is painting

In the XX Century, great photographers pop up by copying classic paintings. With digital photography, many painters begin to copy the photographic effects, pretending they are creating new abstract art.

 

Why is painting effects more important than showing directly from the digital file?

My recent project creates new images between the photographic idea of light, mechanics, and time in contrast to paint, brushes, and effects that turn these files into abstract and pictorial artworks. 

"Shades of landscape" is a curatorial selection of images I have taken with my phone, and treated as long exposures and multiple exposures to get blurry and colorful abstract files. My interest is to work with photography taking the language of the abstract painting and create an emotional experience on the spectator. The viewer could complete the figurative referent in case they want it, but they can still enjoy the presence of color and light, and movement on every piece.