A surreal image manipulation of an eye, showing a harbor landscape. We often say that blue eyes look like the sea, so the idea arose to combine the two. Peace but also movement, so that you keep looking at it.
This artworks is offered by Elianne van Turennout
It all started with a4 paper and HB pencils. As a child I was often impressed by how beautiful the world around me was. The urge to capture this beautiful world, and to show the people around me what I saw, was actually there from the beginning. If I remember correctly, I was about eleven years old when I first met the camera. Of course it was a simple compact camera with a ridiculous quality, but I enjoyed it.
I sometimes said I wanted to be a photographer, but of course you have one of the two parents who says, "Dream on." Strangely enough, I followed the sarcastic remark as advice, and still went to study photography.