Entitled "Lakes and Reservoirs", this conceptual Matthew Brandt Water Reflection image series is cultivated with two mediums; a photo camera and a 3 gallon container of water.
The Los-Angeles based artist infuses his striking landscape views with musky and old water that has been collected from western coast lakes and nature reserves within the United States, most of which he has photographed in the past.
After capturing stunning natural views, the artist leaves his exposures in water for days, weeks and months on end, contributing to their bold visual aesthetic that is organically formed and undeniably beautiful. These visually striking Matthew Brandt Water Reflection artworks feature a vivid use of color and display chromatic effects that resemble digitally applied photo filters.
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