“This is a series of black and white, surrealistic photo montages. The pictures start off with a feeling, a story, a riddle for the viewer to think about. I strive for simple, scaled back compositions with few elements, where every part adds to the story, but where there are still gaps for the viewer to fill.”
Paulette Tavormina’s series ‘Natura Morta’ – a beautiful response to the Old Masters of the 17th century – Giovanna Garzoni, Francesco de Zurbarán and Adriaen Coorte – as intensely personal interpretations of their timeless, universal stories.
Like Monet’s ‘Waterlilies‘ – a drop of love from a mother to her children by Sandrine Hermand-Grisel.
“Young swimmers playing in the cool blue water pools of the brief summer season… Reality and poetry, lights and colors blend in a water ballet.”