fine art photographer artist statement
My work, whether it be portraits, landscapes, animals or still life, is most successful when it speaks to celebrating the richness of life. Feel free to use my work as a model for yours. Breathtakingly beautiful. Artist Statement. Hate no more. Artist Statement. I do not add to my photos – I prefer that only what was there be in the final photograph. An artist statement is a way of discussing your work as a photographer both generally (why you chose to work in the medium of photography) and specifically (why you chose to create a certain project). Summarize the whole content of your artist statement in a short paragraph. “I use photography as a means of self-expression – I make pictures for myself, to identify with hidden qualities of my character, to better understand my reality, and to express my interpretation of the world around me. I use the finest, archival-quality materials I can get my hands on. I find exquisite beauty in the desert, and the desolate as well as the lush and vibrant. My artwork is something I am very proud of. Artist Statement: I think one of my favorite quotes may sum up how I feel about my photography (and life in general): We don't see things as they are, we see things as we are. It is the process by which I choose to explore the people, things and world around me. My work is informed by my experience of being an immigrant and the ways in which I see identity as a cultural and social construct. As a fine art photographer and someone who has purchased fine art photos to hang on my own walls, I have often pondered what makes someone buy a piece of art to hang on their wall and look at it everyday for years on end. 1. Photography for me is a way of capturing unique moments that speaks to a universal human condition. But the natural world can also be sad and heart-breaking. I want to live all the lives and moments. Gladlicious #3.