Great shots combining nature and human beings by Minneapolis-based Fine Art photographer Peter Jamus.
Jennifer B Hudson is a young visual artist creating staged imagery that is both artistically stylized and meticulously crafted. Drawing inspirations from themes of feminism and social placement, faith, purity in trust, the testing of strength, and the study of personal relationships.
In her words on ‘Baptism & Traveler’ series.
Baptism is a personal, intimate exploration of a young woman’s journey through the life altering experience of spiritual re-awakening. Re-born into a vapid landscape in need of re-structure and human affection, and torn by the comforts of her past life, the empowered woman is moved to toil her new spiritual soil to create a habitable place for her new found faith to grow.
Born in New York in 1916, Eyvind Earle began his prolific career at the age of ten when his father, Ferdinand Earle, gave him a challenging choice: read 50 pages of a book or paint a picture every day. Earle choose both. By the age of 21, he came into his own unique style. His oeuvre is characterized by a simplicity, directness and surety of handling. In 1951 Earle joined Walt Disney Studios as an assistant background painter.
Olivier Du Tré is a Belgian/Canadian fine art landscape photographer. His goal as a photographer is to capture these emotions each time he shoot a scene. Of course, he relies on Mother Nature to put on a good show, but he often digitally manipulates his photos to showcase a mood and emotion he had while taking the picture. His work often revolves around silence, solitude, weather, light and trees. In every combination possible.
Sarah Yun was born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands) in 1982. She studied directing, producing and reportage in the School of Image and Sound CEV in Madrid, and is currently working as an ENG camera. She started with photography 3 years ago and though a self-taught photographer it has become her greatest means of expression.
…Making the image shout at us without moving it, feeling it although it is physically still, shaking our very foundations without colors…this is something only a few people can achieve through a single shot.
Playing with lights and shades, Esteban R. Leyton bites our rest, disturbs us, weakens us, reminds us, vomits reality in our eyes, spits life at us to make us swallow hard, makes us occupy the place of another ego that worries us sometimes, opens a different window for us, injects anger into us, makes ourselves smaller, talks to us while weaving a conceptual landscape that never “is” but is always occurring…
Oleg Dou is a multi award-winning photo artist based in Moscow. His works reach a point between opposites such as alive and dead, attractive and disturbing. He draws inspiration in fashion and surrealism, trying to create his personal aesthetics of work, by combining reality with artificiality.
Dan May is a fine artist currently living in Chicago, IL. As a modern narrative painter, May cultivates a rich texture of the surreal and mysterious in his highly original flowing style. His detail-intensive works have become widely recognized for their dreamlike ability to transcend the natural states of space and time – mostly due to his usage of a very finely honed usage of line. May’s propensity for using hair as a metaphor has become a focal point that he has built on to speak about larger aspects of humanity as well as the dream world, and gives a strong nod to his progressive personal growth and evolution as an artist.