WATERFALLposted by patrick Joosten
An original piece from the series “They sleep on the hill”, oil on canvas, 50 x 60 cm, 2005.
Ever wondered why people feel so deeply and innately connected to nature, and why maintaining contact with our natural world is so important to most people’s health and happiness? Amazilia Photography's first book explains this very deep-rooted human need both through a short contemporary narrative which takes the reader from America’s Yellowstone National Park to the west coast of Ireland, and through a series of almost 150 colour fine art nude photographs shot in a variety of locations in Europe. Nudity is important in this story because it strips away any masking of persona or confusion with the connection each person is making with the natural world where they are photographed. The book is available in digital format from Blurb.com and in print from Amazon.com
Circle foundation for the Arts. Artist of the year competition - Honorable mention awarded to Marianne Musset (NAN) for his participation and distinction among 668 participants in the 3rd edition of the international CFA artist of the year award 2019.