"BrainFlower", Digital Photo Collage (c)Lauren Curtis

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Rs.590.00
 

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Art Prints are museum quality giclee pieces printed on archival paper. We offer two paper choices for you to select from, the Epson Enhanced Matte paper and the Hahneumuhle Photo Rag Bright White paper. Epson Ultrachrome K3 Archival Ink is used to ensure amazing color fidelity, gloss level, and scratch resistance, while providing stable colors.

 
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About this artwork

While working as a marketing coordinator in a health-care center for over 10 years, I became intrigued with all the x-rays I saw during my career, depicting various states of the human skeletal system. As an artist, I was fascinated by being able to see the inner workings and sculptural forms of the human body and I envisioned a way to incorporate them into my artwork. These x-rays, to me, truly represent the spiritual and scientific wonders of nature and the human body. This lead me to create the “X-Rayted” series, which I began in early 2010 and continue to expand on currently. The content consists of photographic collages of human X-rays (I photograph the actual x-rays & retain the transparent look of the images) incorporated with Victorian woodcut etchings of insects, plant life and other subjects. These are juxtaposed with original nature images and photos I shot of cemetery and funerary statuary from across the US & Europe. I am also working on new pieces utilizing photos I took of animal bones, feathers and shells (all naturally found objects!). By doing this I can represent the underlying connection between all forms of nature and how life and death intertwine.

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