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Icon of Autumn: alcohol ink on Yupo paper

The Icon of Autumn is a conceptual photographic artwork made using alcohol ink on paper. The earthy colour palette dominated by shades of brown, symbolises the changing foliage and the organic decay that defines this season.

The composition of the image is enigmatic. The theme touches on the iconography of autumn, with the artwork possibly representing the embodiment of the season itself or a symbolic manifestation of the cycle of life and renewal.

The picture contemplates themes of transition, transformation, and the cyclical nature of life. It hints at a reverence for the season, suggesting a subtle worship of autumn as a sacred time when nature sheds its layers, allowing the fallen leaves to nourish and replenish the earth.

- lens based / conceptual photographic art project using alcohol inks and post processing to 'sculpt' abstract, psychological imagery.

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Copyright
Steve Nimmons
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3846x5769 / 11.4MB
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Ink: Psychology of the Ambiguous
The Icon of Autumn is a conceptual photographic artwork made using alcohol ink on paper. The earthy colour palette dominated by shades of brown, symbolises the changing foliage and the organic decay that defines this season. <br />
<br />
The composition of the image is enigmatic. The theme touches on the iconography of autumn, with the artwork possibly representing the embodiment of the season itself or a symbolic manifestation of the cycle of life and renewal.<br />
<br />
The picture contemplates themes of transition, transformation, and the cyclical nature of life. It hints at a reverence for the season, suggesting a subtle worship of autumn as a sacred time when nature sheds its layers, allowing the fallen leaves to nourish and replenish the earth. <br />
<br />
- lens based / conceptual photographic art project using alcohol inks and post processing to 'sculpt' abstract, psychological imagery.