June 30, 2008

photographer: irene suchocki

I was browsing through the current Poppytalk Handmade market, and lo-and-behold, one of the vendors was displaying gorgeous floral photographs. I'm a fan of old-school style photography, where you can see the dust and grainy edges - I guess that History of Photography class in college stuck with me. Anyway, Irene Suchocki is the artist behind these watercolor-like shots, and guess what? You can purchase an affordable print (printed on metallic paper) either on her Esty page or the online shop at her website for isphotography.

"Faithfully capturing a scene is less important than finding that little bit of mystery, evoking a certain mood, or telling a story. Irene creates little poems for the eyes through her explorations of the ethereal, the surreal, the whimsical, the mysterious, and the beautiful. Her work has appeared on numerous book covers, on television, and has been exhibited at the Sundance Film Festival. Her photographic prints have found their way into private homes around the world." -from isphotography website, images from isphotography website

Thanks, Irene, for sharing your beautiful work with us! And don't forget to check out Irene's blog here.

1 comment:

Joanne said...

What a beautiful collection of photographs. She has created breathtakingly beautiful images of flowers that were already lovely somehow doubling the effect. Did that come out right?