Not satisfied with the way reality presents itself, artist Bernardita Aris takes things into her own hands and chops up images to create altogether new landscapes.
Her interesting cut-and-paste method of artwork allows her to have complete creative control over every element in her compositions, however she does not go crazy with the collage concept. Each image actually has the appearance of a complete photograph, yet the longer the viewer looks, the more they begin to notice discrepancies in the physical nature of the image.
Through her slice-and-stick process, artist Bernardita Aris adds depth to her images and achieves a certain sense of character to her artwork that wouldn't be fulfilled with a normal photograph.
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