My latest work will be exhibiting this summer as part of ‘White Horse in a Green Meadow’ at Putti Gallery, Riga, Latvia.
If you are in the neighborhood check it out, exhibiting amongst some other great artist.
Opens 22nd June.
Continuing on from work shown as part of the SENSEability exhibition which is exhibiting in Vienna this summer. This work explore the relationship of the soft elements or cushions that are used to protect, seeing how a piece works with these as my main focus in a composition.
Quality of Photographs,
I have been playin around with the photographs I have been taking seeing the stark white as not allowing the three-deminsional nature of the jewellery pieces to show through, for many this was appropiate and the crude and impact of contrast between the background and pieces seem to reflect the pieces themselves and the drawings. however i wonder if this does actually show the piece as a individual off to its best.
The problem with producing a photograph any white that the lightest shown above is the loss of element of the intrigue wire. For my chunkier metal pieces this is not an issue but for the thinness of the wire, does it play to have less of that stark contrast, allowing for subtle shadows to give depth to a piece.
A good piece of advice was to always photograph jewellery from a low angle on a white acrylic, with a light behind or underneath this.
Playing around with photoshop, seeing how that can affect the background.
If anyone has any tips or comment it would greatly be appreciated.