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The Abstract Series by Brice Ferre Captures Painterly Visuals

 - Dec 16, 2013
References: briceferrestudio & lanciatrendvisions
The "Abstract Series" by Brice Ferre captures the beauty of a woman's curves. The French commercial photographer and portrait artist is known for creating elegant masterpieces that resemble Parisian fashion illustrations from another era.

Based in Vancouver, Brice Ferre photographs female subjects that are backlit while posing nude. This tasteful image series can be mistaken for a set of blurred paintings that are suggestive without having to show any skin.

The portraits put a strong focus on the female form and capture views of curved silhouettes and a wardrobe of floor-length dresses, structured corsets and over-sized hat accessories. Ferre's stunning compositions are transformed from photos to paintings with watery brush strokes and sleek contours that become blurred and ambiguous to the eye.