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Chris Engman Transplant, 2005 - “This tree was photographed in western Washington in winter, reproduced as a large photograph, and relocated to a barren place in eastern Washington where only shrubs and cheat grass grow.

forest

veil of haze (by Dirk Wustenhagen :: Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia, DE.)would make a great painting for a living room or dinning room!

Myoung Ho Lee

Myoung Ho Lee

Tree is South Korean photographer Myoung Ho Lee’s beautiful series of a variety of trees captured with a camera in different seasons and locations.

A room with a view.

"What if part of our secret garden wall had a window with screens to keep deer out, but view of forest beyond.

Nathan CHANTOB

Nathan CHANTOB

Chris Engman: Variations, 2010. via conveyor blog

Chris Engman: Variations, 2010. via conveyor blog

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Chris Engman est un artiste plasticien et photographe américain qui aime jouer avec nos sens et nos perceptions.  Ses installations faites de bois, de miroirs et de tissus imprimés, sont la plupart du temps positionnées dans des No man’s land. Elles jouent avec l’environnement et diffusent leur propre réalité. Les univers créés par Chris Engman semblent proches de nous tout en étant artificiels et fabriqués.

Installations artistiques par Chris Engman

Chris Engman’s Constructed Sculptures Play With Perception – iGNANT.

"Tree Line" by Zander Olsen

Tree, Line. Constructed photographs by Zander Olsen. Trees are wrapped with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree and horizon.

mmm - interiors-designed.com  These photos look like they use the elements of contrast and color more than the fibonacci spiral or the thirds rule. But the space it gives, instead of zooming in on a single object hints at cropped perfection.

Mirrored black and white photographs, with brightly-hued watercolor paint. ---from a 2013 series, titled Miroir, by Paris based artist Fabienne Rivory.