Introduction

45 °C at 7 pm - SUNSET IN DEATH VALLEY - (CA) USA

45 °C at 7 pm – SUNSET IN DEATH VALLEY – (CA) USA

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I love beauty, and I like travelling around the world, and taking photographs in beautiful and remote places.

Although many of my shots have been taken from our beautiful Nature, some others represent my personal sight of common and otherwise trivial objects and places.

In other cases, like it is for pictures of homeless people or run-down buildings, my shots try and be somewhere midway between reportage photography and art photography.

In such cases, thru my shots I also search a way to “raise my spirit” by creating “art” out of sad or unpleasant circumstances.

This blog-site is (and will ever be) an incomplete and imperfect “work-in-progress”: it will be updated with new pictures and pages with “utterly irregular” frequency.

Please follow me if you want to be notified when I publish new photographs or pages (the option is on the right hand side of each page).

Contact me directly if you want (see the “Contacts” page): I will answer you as soon as possible.

Thank you in advance for sharing your thoughts on this site, thru posts and comments.

Best

Andrea

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11 thoughts on “Introduction

  1. I was drawn in especially by Death Valley at Sunset. The universal nature of light on surfaces, whether vast or microscopic is what I find endlessly interesting. I follow you, but have not received notices of new work that I recognized! I would like to hear about your new work..especially about the wood. Susan G Holland (How can I contact you re: critique on ArtGroupCritique.org? Julia Andriadou directed me to you as a person who would be a very valuable addition to our panel of critics. susan@artgroupcritique.org

    • Hi Oldswimmer, what exactly do you mean by “work that I recognize”? I wonder because in the past 1.5 months I did publish 3 posts of very different kind: work ranging from plain abstract to plain landscape.
      Anyway, you are right on the “Wood” section: it is a long overdue project I started years ago: I shall publish a few images within a couple of months. Please stay tuned.
      Re: ArtGroupCritique, I will contact you at the address you provided.

  2. Hi Andrea,
    I saw some of your pictures. They possess deep sensitivity that is also very personal. My favorite are “Foggy minds, hazy colors”, “The old asylum” and “The braincellar” (from the Asylum series) – in this particular order.
    Thank you,
    Irina.

    • Dear Irina, very kind feedback, thanks. Your favorites are also mine, and yes, there is a lot of “personal” these shots, as well as in their titles. For one thing, my father was a psychiatrist: visiting an abandoned asylum… on.the other side, for a lifetime I have been attracted by the beauty hidden in abandoned places and deranged minds.
      In the Asylum series I tried to show that light can shine thru the dark and even illuminate dungeons…

  3. Hi Andrea. I like your work, especially the shots of people through the glass surfaces in Paris at the Arc. Very abstract, but still recognizable as people. The lighting int hese shots is beautiful. Take care.

  4. Beautiful. I particularly like the dune pictures. They look like the waves that you would expect to see on water though it is dry sand. It’s easy to get lost in them!

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