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Floral therapy for the upcoming year! This handpainted calendar is based on a series of cyanotypes and watercolours, which I created while working on a farm on the Hardangerfjord in Norway in the Summer of 2020.
I collected four floral samples—a red rose, a white lilac, an apple blossom, and an oak sapling—and photographed these using the cyanotype process. For this, a cotton sheet of paper was coated with a photosensitive solution and exposed to the sun, creating a negative image of the flower. Based on the image, I painted its "positive" using transparent watercolours. In combination, these media—photography and painting—created a delicate union between light and darkness, colour and shade.
The calendar was designed using an original handpainted watercolour font, loosely based on an English-version of Devangari. Each letter and number were painted, scanned, and digitally pieced together to create an image that offers a number aesthetic metaphors to accompany this upcoming year.
Thank you for your support, and wishing you a calm and prosperous year ahead.
I am a visual artist utilizing experimental media to examine my relationships with people, places and materials. I was born in the Soviet Union, grew up in France and Canada, and I am currently a temporary Norwegian resident. In 2019, I received my PhD in visual anthropology (University of British Columbia, Canada, 2019) having developed a mobile, interactive installation, Still Life with a Suitcase (2017-2019), where audience members were invited to decide the narrative flow of the installation by manipulating smart objects. My feature films include Turning Back the Waves (2010), based on dissident women in Soviet Russia, and The ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.