The main goal of my still-life art is to create a sense of harmony and balance through the arrangement of the objects. I often experiment with various compositions, lighting, and colors to achieve a desired mood or atmosphere in the image and even incorporate elements of surrealism or abstraction into my compositions.
Ripped from reality, a series of objects emerge from an infinite darkness. Bathed in colorful lights, we are welcomed into an eerily familiar yet entirely new dimension. Every detail of these everyday items is heightened as they are immersed in the rich blackness.
Metamorphosed through their journey into darkness, each object takes on a surreal reimagination of itself leaving viewers questioning the reality in which they exist.
Dialogue with Art
“Dialogue with Art” becomes a visual investigation into how the groundbreaking aesthetics and techniques of modern art continue to inspire artists today. In this series, I transform photographs into images that resemble expressive paintings and drawings. Abstracted, contorted, and pushed towards the surreal, these images explore the influence of my own favorite artists, Georgio Morandi and Pablo Picasso.
Through conceptual, readymade-like sculpture translated through the photographic lens, "Ice Sculptures" investigates notions of the everyday. The collection's typology includes a still life with ice in bright neon colors, drawing on the visual vocabulary of modern Swedish sculpture master Edvin Öhrsröm.