Still life photographs of fish by Hiroshi Iwasaki

Rebekah Rhoden Contributor

By Rebekah Rhoden in New Photography on Thursday 27 December 2012

Hiroshi Iwasaki’s still life photographs of fish are elegant and beautiful. The fish fins look almost like sheer fabric, and the final products look otherworldly.

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Lorenzo De Los Angeles

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Art on Friday 21 August 2009

Lorenzo De Los Angeles uses colored pencils to render surreal and psychedelic still lifes and compositions that often have sexual, religious, and mystical overtones.

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Kathryn Parker Almanas

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Photography on Wednesday 4 February 2009

New York-based photographer Kathryn Parker Almanas has been published in American Photo Magazine, 25 Under 25 Up-and-Coming American Photographers, and The Photo Review, amongst many others, while exhibiting in solo and group exhibitions in New York, Boston, Chicago, Miami and Philadelphia. Phew! Her still lifes of food, in particular, make me kinda hungry. Hmm, what I wouldn’t give right now for an endless buffet and a steaming cup of coffee.

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Sunflowers bloom like jolts of morning-treat

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Art on Monday 24 November 2008

There’s a freshness and subtle about these sunflower stills. They are a morning-treat panacea to a blurry-eyed, pre-coffee mindset. We checked in with the artist behind them, Ali, to get the lowdown on what fuels her creative passions: ‘Art and music are my passions in life. So much can be expressed through these mediums that cannot be expressed any other way. I believe a picture is truly worth a thousand words. When visual art isn’t enough to convey a message then music comes into play. Music brings people together. One of my friends shares my taste in music and consequently he is the person I am closest too. Music expresses our feelings even when we don’t say a word. I also care immensely for the environment. We only have one earth and I want to help protect it’.

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David Scheirer

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Art on Wednesday 19 March 2008

Artist David Scheirer primarily paints with watercolors. He enjoys ‘painting realistic, somewhat quirky still-lifes’. Of his work he says, ‘the objects I paint range from the quotidian to the peculiar. I would describe my paintings as subtle — in mood, color, technique, and subject matter’. [see also the photo-realism artwork of Victoria Reynolds]

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