Fata Morgana - Collection “Desert Days"By Oana Bakovic
Paper, Bamboo 290 GSM - Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper
Edition of 10
Dimensions: 29.7cm (H) x 42cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 11.7" (H) x 16.5" (W) x 0.04" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
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The valley erupts in kaleidoscopic waves in veneration for mother nature. Featuring Calendula Officinalis & Geranium pratense @East Sussex, 2022.
10% of Profits will be donated to the gardens, locations where photographs have been taken, or organisations protecting them.
The photo is printed on Bamboo 290gsm - Hahnemühle Fine Art Papers. Hahnemühle Bamboo is made from 90% bamboo fibres, providing a natural, environmentally friendly paper choice. The print has a 2cm white border on each side, making it easy to put in any frame of choice. It comes with a signed & numbered Certificate of Authenticity to be affixed to the back when framed. Also, the artist’s signature is in pencil at the back of the photo.
Second Place in the Professional Nature/Flowers category @The International Photo Awards - September 2022
Desert Days - Artist Statement
Burning air. Knackered birds and bees. Flowers and plants seemingly melt into each other. The fragments of a paranoid world.
Getting under the skin of this desolate world brings up stories and the intrigues, the love, the drama and the sense of loss and hope.
This collection features an eclectic amalgam of native and overseas flora cohabiting in Britain.
Created using ambient light, flash, and occasionally ND filters. Colour graded in Lightroom. FujiX100V.
Based in: Robertsbridge
Oana M. Baković (sometimes featured as Mrv23) is a contemporary fine art photographer with a predilection for the wild and endangered flora, peculiar plants, big bodies of water & motion.
She was born in the port city of Constanta, on the shores of the Black Sea, to a Croatian father and …
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