Entitled 'Glazed' this image series by Ursula Persiani captures still-life subject matter of various fruit combinations. The Italian photographer resurrects 16th Century artwork with the help of mixed color mediums that feature a shiny painted finish.
Ursula Persiani captures a series of freshly glazed objects that she places on vase bases made from recycled plastic materials. These angular vase designs are juxtaposed against the rich and rounded shapes of fruit and vegetable objects and give this image series an unexpected visual element of surprise.
The striking 'Glazed' image series by the talented Italian photographer is a contemporary take on retro era artwork. Redefining a traditional still-life aesthetic, Persiani creates vivid art works that are sculptural and multi-dimensional.
Sculptural Still-Life Photography
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