Artist's description:

From the series "I am a dreamer" that win an honorable mention at Monovision Photography Awards 2017

A metaphor of life, a metaphor of growth, watching the world with the eyes of a kid contemplating the nature contemplating the future. The desire of play whit dreams .

The kids contemplate the world with the eyes of fantasy imagining characters and identifying in them as they do with life, so a balloon turns into person and is ready to fly, as society wants to grow with the brain in box, express fears and dreams of growing and discovering the world through personal and creative experience.

I prefer to work with images that are very conceptual. In my photos I often like to portray subjects that are isolated in quiet contemplation with the surrounding landscape, or oppose the idea of freedom and the sense of peace that only the sea and nature can give to the human soul. I try to re-project the same emotions for the viewer. Each of my photographs is unique in itself, since it is always processed out from a very special feeling.

Print Size: 50x50cm - Paper Size 40x40cm (
5 cm white border per side around the image for framing)
* Note the artwork is sold unframed

Printed on Hahnemühle FineArt Baryta 325 gsm paper.
It is printed on a archival 100% cotton fine art paper Museo Silver Rag with pigment ink of the highest museum quality and standards.

A certificate of authenticity is given with every order numbered and signed.

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Materials used:

Printed on Hahnemühle FineArt Baryta 325 gsm paper.

Featured by our Editors:

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$512.60

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This artwork is sold by Carmelita Iezzi from Italy

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