Still life photography is constantly evolving. Artists are continually re-shaping the way we engage with the world around us, creating compelling shots that hang in galleries across the planet. Here is a snapshot of five of the photographic artists profiled on this blog whose work you may want to explore going forward… Continue reading Five Photographic Artists for you to Discover
By constantly experimenting with his artistic style, Dale Grant has turned himself into a celebrated photographer who is fast-developing a worldwide following. Continue reading Dale Grant
No modern photographer is more passionate than Polina Plotnikova. Harnessing her enthusiasm for artistic beauty, Plotnikova creates images which draw viewers into engagement.
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A truly daring and innovative artist, Lee Crum is an American photographer who has the ability to tell a fascinating story with every picture he creates. Continue reading Lee Crum
Ellen Fisher thinks outside of the box with her art. She takes digital photographs, de-constructs and reconstitutes them, allowing her to explore complex metaphysical themes with depth and clarity.
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Harnessing her passion for beauty, photographer Magda Indigo has developed a reputation for taking incredibly creative still life shots that strike a chord with art enthusiasts. Continue reading Magda Indigo
Photographer Nick Albertson is the master of making the fantastical out of the mundane, taking ordinary household objects and turning them into extraordinary works of art. Continue reading Nick Albertson
American still life photographer Olivia Parker has developed a reputation worldwide for taking breath-taking images which capture the imagination and challenge common perceptions. Continue reading Olivia Parker
By utilising her fascination with the female form, highly distinguished fine art photographer Carla van de Puttelaar has built a reputation for taking incredibly complex pictures that speak to viewers. Continue reading Carla van de Puttelaar