This image is part of my photography project. It belongs to 'Fresh yellow tulips in slender pink vase'. These five are one stage further: four days after 'Fresh yellow tulips in slender pink vase'. The slender vase comes from the Emmaus in Marey-sur-Tille, a municipality in the French Côte-d'Or department. A regal little vase, with a mint-green decoration in the shape of a flower. The elegant gold accents make it a top vase. Next to the vase is the empty shell of an escargot. These snail shells can be found all around our French home. The background in the picture is a folded sheet of watercolor paper from the brand Canson. Because of the fold there is a light-shadow division. On the light part you can also see a soft shadow of the vase and the tulips.
This artworks is offered by Susan Hol
Since about 1974, I have been involved almost daily in photography, drawing (charcoal, graphite, conté, chalk, ink), painting, watercolour and/or collage making. In all these branches of visual work, I have tried a lot, found my own way, but also often had lessons from various professionals. In everything I make, I pay particular attention to form and colour, composition, shadow and light. Sometimes this makes the image very minimalistic, other times it is enormously rich. They are almost always small settings that tell a story. My approach in my work is: back to basics, the place of peace and quiet from which things grow and appear in daylight. I have been exhibiting occasionally since 1990. Would you like to know more about me? Then click on one of the green buttons below.
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