Artist's description:

Inspired by the great masters Ansel Adams and Edward Weston, I captured this magic moment using black and white film and developed the exposed film carefully to get high-quality negatives. I scanned them to high resolution to get quality digital files and fine tuned them for printing on superior grade archival papers using equally superior grade archival inks.

This picture shows the effect of scorching summer heat on a forest making it naked by shedding leaves. The play of light, tree forms and the strong graphic design in the frame were making this landscape moody and artistic with the pictorial approach.

In my pictures I always imbibe the elements of composition, balance, rhythm, dynamism and coherence which elevate an otherwise ordinary subject into a piece of art full of aesthetics, which fascinates one to see the photo-paintings again and again and experience the ethereal beauty. My work is born of refined aesthetics which I have been practicing right from 1978 and is a fine blend of art and technology based on perception, assimilation and understanding.

Materials used:

Black and white film, Scanner, Hahnemühle Museum Etching, 350 gsm, Natural White, 100% Cotton, Thickness 0.60 mm = 0.0236 inch, and Ultra Chrome K3 inks

Forest in Summer (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Prabhakar Kusuma from India

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