Fenris Oswin

Joined Artfinder: Jan. 2017

Artworks for sale: 31

United Kingdom

About Fenris Oswin

 
 
  • Biography

    Taking inspiration from such diverse sources as Karl Blossfeldt, David Bailey, Bob Carlos Clarke, Cecil Beaton and Lillian Bassman, Fenris tries to capture photographs in a style that allows the subject to tell the story of its own world. But he doesn’t just confine this method to portrait photography; he applies it to other genres such as still life, architecture and landscape. His ‘style’ enables him to grant the viewer a slice or snapshot of the photographic subject’s existence, be it through the colour and intricacies of a flower or the architect’s passion reflected in the design of a building.

    Over the last five years, Fenris has been continuing to expand his ‘personal world’ by entering the fast-paced life of event photography, working closely with the performers in order to capture not only the atmosphere of the event but also the personality of the individual. He aims to produce work that develops a relationship between the subject and the viewer, taking them into the world contained within the image.

    Having recently exhibited some of his Fine Art Photography he is continuing to develop the series of images based on the Colorfield paintings of Barnett Newman and Mark Rothko with the hope of another exhibition in 2017.

    Having just finished studying for a BA in Photographic Art, Fenris continues shooting and discovering his ‘own world’.

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  • Education

    2012 - 2016

    Westminster University

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Education

2012 - 2016

Westminster University


There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

Taking inspiration from such diverse sources as Karl Blossfeldt, David Bailey, Bob Carlos Clarke, Cecil Beaton and Lillian Bassman, Fenris tries to capture photographs in a style that allows the subject to tell the story of its own world. But he doesn’t just confine this method to portrait photography; he applies it to other genres such as still life, architecture and landscape. His ‘style’ enables him to grant the viewer a slice or snapshot of the photographic subject’s existence, be it through the colour and intricacies of a flower or the architect’s passion reflected in the design of a building.

Over the last five years, Fenris has been continuing to expand his ‘personal world’ by entering the fast-paced life of event photography, working closely with the performers in order to capture not only the atmosphere of the event but also the personality of the individual. He aims to produce work that develops a relationship between the subject and the viewer, taking them into the world contained within the image.

Having recently exhibited some of his Fine Art Photography he is continuing to develop the series of images based on the Colorfield paintings of Barnett Newman and Mark Rothko with the hope of another exhibition in 2017.

Having just finished studying for a BA in Photographic Art, Fenris continues shooting and discovering his ‘own world’.

 
 
 
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