Artwork description:

"Broccoli Dew" is an art photo of a dewdrop on a leaf of broccoli, captured in our garden in Sweden in the summer 2021.

On a calm summer morning, when everyone was still asleep, I captured a beautiful moment of solitude. This is what this photo reflects through its minimalism both in shapes and colours.

Have you ever looked closely at the colour of a broccoli plant? After that morning, it became one of my favourites. This dusty mint colour can look more green, more grey, or even a bit blue at times, letting us feel the mesmerising game of perception.


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Gicleè print on Canson Fine Art paper + COA

Installed in Ph-neutral passpartout 30x40 cm + backing, ready for framing
Image size 20x25cm

Limited edition 25

Signed, numbered and printed by the author



ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Inna Etuvgi, hailing from Russia's Arctic shores, brings her technical background to light as a Swedish art photographer. Her artistic journey began in 2020, and in 2022, she gained recognition as a finalist in the Arte Laguna Prize 16. In 2023, she received an honour from the Swedish Arts Grants Committee. Etuvgi’s works are featured in “Photography in the Visual Culture” 22/23 book.

Navigating life with Aphantasia, Inna's mind doesn't visualise, but it pulsates with vivid concepts, emotions, and sensations. She uses her camera not merely to explore the world but to externalise her unique mental landscapes, making them visible.

Art critic Tabish Khan says about Inna’s art: “her work is about transporting us to other worlds - both real and imaginary, but always in harmony with nature. She may have a mind blind to visualisation, but she has eyes and a camera that capture the beauty in the worlds that the rest of us often overlook and take for granted.”

Materials used:

Fine art paper from Hahnemuehle, pigment inks

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#abstract #green #minimalism #meditative #small size artwork #otherworldly #drop #broccoli #passpartout #dusty mint 

Broccoli Dew (2021)

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by Inna Etuvgi

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  • Size: 30 x 40 x 0.3cm (unframed) / 20 x 25cm (actual image size)
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  • Style: Abstract
  • Subject: Flowers and plants
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"Broccoli Dew" is an art photo of a dewdrop on a leaf of broccoli, captured in our garden in Sweden in the summer 2021.

On a calm summer morning, when everyone was still asleep, I captured a beautiful moment of solitude. This is what this photo reflects through its minimalism both in shapes and colours.

Have you ever looked closely at the colour of a broccoli plant? After that morning, it became one of my favourites. This dusty mint colour can look more green, more grey, or even a bit blue at times, letting us feel the mesmerising game of perception.


PRINT INFORMATION:


Gicleè print on Canson Fine Art paper + COA

Installed in Ph-neutral passpartout 30x40 cm + backing, ready for framing
Image size 20x25cm

Limited edition 25

Signed, numbered and printed by the author



ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Inna Etuvgi, hailing from Russia's Arctic shores, brings her technical background to light as a Swedish art photographer. Her artistic journey began in 2020, and in 2022, she gained recognition as a finalist in the Arte Laguna Prize 16. In 2023, she received an honour from the Swedish Arts Grants Committee. Etuvgi’s works are featured in “Photography in the Visual Culture” 22/23 book.

Navigating life with Aphantasia, Inna's mind doesn't visualise, but it pulsates with vivid concepts, emotions, and sensations. She uses her camera not merely to explore the world but to externalise her unique mental landscapes, making them visible.

Art critic Tabish Khan says about Inna’s art: “her work is about transporting us to other worlds - both real and imaginary, but always in harmony with nature. She may have a mind blind to visualisation, but she has eyes and a camera that capture the beauty in the worlds that the rest of us often overlook and take for granted.”

Materials used:

Fine art paper from Hahnemuehle, pigment inks

Tags:
#abstract #green #minimalism #meditative #small size artwork #otherworldly #drop #broccoli #passpartout #dusty mint 

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Inna Etuvgi, a Swedish artist with Chukchi heritage and Aphantasia, crafts art that delves into the intricacies of nature and the human experience. Beginning her artistic journey in 2020, Etuvgi... Read more

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