The Traci Griffin Mirrors collection displays a series of symmetrical mid-air snapshots. She has here paired images of nature with one another, capturing splices of branches, grass and animals as they came together in each picture.
Griffin is primarily concerned with geometrical themes, as is instantly apparent in her portfolio, "I learned that exact symmetry cannot be found in nature and allegedly the concept of symmetry in the universe has tormented famous philosophers for centuries."
While she has pointed out the fallacies that are inherent in the angular concept, she has nonetheless done her best to bring it forth in Mirrors. Her work here also displays the simple beauty of natural landscapes, ones that are breathtaking all on their own.
The Traci Griffin Mirrors Images Are Angular and Mid-Air
Jordy E — January 31, 2013 — Art & Design
References: tracigriffinphotography & mymodernmet