Hi, I'm Brit. I'm a photo major at Herron School of Art & Design. I love nature and I live for music festivals. I'm just another person enjoying the twists and turns that life has to offer whilst taking photos along the way. Oh, The places you'll go...
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2010–2014
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crossconnectmag:

Masuda Hiromi born in Jokohama 1942 is a japanese glassartist. The installation, titled ‘Play the Glass’, is one of the artist’s most famous works, expressing his poetic creativity with a play on words.

“Hiromi Masuda’s glass creations”, explains art critic Cristina Trivellin, “are not only objects of extraordinary beauty, but something much more profound, born from the passion and love for the subject they breathe life into”.

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red-lipstick:

Jee Young Lee (South Korean) turns her tiny studio (roughly 12 feet by 13 feet) into massive-looking works of art. 1: Nightscape  2: I’ll Be Back, 2010  3: Treasure Hunt  4: Monsoon Season  5: The Little Match Girl  6: Black Birds  7: Resurrection

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crossconnectmag:

The Amazing Sculptures and Installations of Crystal Wagner

Crystal Wagner’s installations are a combination of printmaking, cut paper, and cheap, dollar store objects. Her work has a very organic feel to it, as if we are about to walk through a luscious forest or happen upon a moss patch. This isn’t surprising, as Wagner has spent a lot of time immersed in nature, spending extended periods  in Yellowstone National Park and Joshua Tree National Park. The large, site specific works convey the awe-inspiring beauty we experience in places like  Old Faithful. Txt Via

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Currently you can find her artwork published on the cover of Dura Lar, Matte .005 Drawing Pads available through Dick Blick Art Supplies internationally and multiple features on her work throughout the interenet, including but not limited to Hi Fructose, Arrestedmotion.com, ArtAttacks Online, Art & Science Journal, Inspir3d.com, Complex Art & Design Magazine, Crome Yellow Magazine, Catapult Art Magazine, My Modern Met , Beautiful Decay Magazine and Dzinetripmagazine.com, many more. This year she was the recipient of an Awesome Without Borders, Awesome Foundation Art Grant and most recently she was the Scultpure and Installation Category Award Winner of the SEE.ME, Art Takes Paris, international art competition. Upcoming she will be a distingushed guest speaker to accompany a international curated exhibition, “Somewhere Between Creation and Destruction” at the Joseloff Gallery as a part of the Hartford School of Arts Distinguished Artist Symposium which focuses on the top contemporary artists in the world using paper as thier medium.

Crystal Wagner actively visits colleges as a visiting artist. Upcoming in 2014/2015 you can find her at the University of Iowa, University of South Carolina, University of Hawaii, Southeastern Missouri State University, and Syracuse University.

Any inquiries in works available or commissions can be sent to hashimotocontemporary@gmail.com.

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asylum-art:

installations by andy goldsworthy

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red-lipstick:

Soo Sunny Park (b. Seoul, Korea) - Unwoven Light at Rice University’s Rice Gallery in Houston, Texas. Composed of 37 individual sculptural units, the installation uses iridescent plexi-glass embedded in pieces of a chain link fence to cast shimmering, colorful reflections across the spacious gallery.  Photo’s via Walley Films Flickr Photostream.

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fernsandmoss:

film still from The Holy Mountain (1973) by Alejandro Jodorowsky

fernsandmoss:

film still from The Holy Mountain (1973) by Alejandro Jodorowsky

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teapalm:

thisiswander:

Tasha Marie
Vancouver, BC
Nikon D800

We admire your conceptual portraits combined with landscapes. Do you plan every shot as it comes or does any planning go into it? Please tell us a little bit about your process.

I would say it’s half and half. I’ll try to plan most my shoots, but there’s times where I just talk my camera for a walk and see what I find. Often I’ll be shooting something I had planned out and then I’ll change it because I’ve been inspired to do something different. Most of my landscape photos are unplanned, I just always make sure to take my camera with me when traveling.

What relationship do you have with your models, and how much influence do they have in each piece of work produced?

When I’m not taking self portraits, I’m usually shooting close friends. I always find it easier to take photos of someone I know very well and can get along with. when I have an idea in mind I’ll usually know who I want to model for the image as well.

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biscodeja-vu:

beautifulurself:

I hope one day your human body is not a jail cell. Instead, it’s a sunny 2pm garden with daisies thriving because of self love.♥

This woman and her blog is so beautiful. Thanks for being a creative force for yourself and to give to others…For being genuine and kind to me. I love this one. It reminds me of the summer fade I’m feeling. The red light looks almost like legs standing in the gardens, reminding me places I’ve worked at all summer… surrounded by snap dragons and zinnias. Beauty.

biscodeja-vu:

beautifulurself:

I hope one day your human body is not a jail cell. Instead, it’s a sunny 2pm garden with daisies thriving because of self love.♥

This woman and her blog is so beautiful. Thanks for being a creative force for yourself and to give to others…For being genuine and kind to me. I love this one. It reminds me of the summer fade I’m feeling. The red light looks almost like legs standing in the gardens, reminding me places I’ve worked at all summer… surrounded by snap dragons and zinnias. Beauty.

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kellyelainesmith:

how nice it was when I couldn’t see the details, psychology of self | kelly smith photography

kellyelainesmith:

how nice it was when I couldn’t see the details, psychology of self | kelly smith photography

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jedavu:

Stunning Photos Reveal Hazy World Full of Enchantment and Secrets
Created by 
photographer Nika Holodnaya (a.k.a. Neekwe)

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itinsightus:

Untitled by digitalghosts

itinsightus:

Untitled by digitalghosts

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Anonymous: You're beautiful and an inspiration. <3

Wow, thank you so much. *blushing initiated*

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its-arrested-development:

 The Arrested Development Documentary Project (x)