Capturing Capacity

Simple Hybrid Beauty by Fabienne Rivory

Fabienne Rivory is one of those brilliant ‘Hybrid’ artists that fuses elements of various mediums to create uncommon beauty.  Rivory’s digital combination of watercolor & gouache images with landscapes, imbues a sense of simplicity and serenity.  Enjoy the work below from the Labokoff series, and find the artist’s statement for the project below the gallery.  Also if you would like to have a print of one of these images for a very reasonable price, you can vist Fabienne’s Etsy digital store-front HERE.

 

Labokoff is a project born in 2007 where I explore interactions between photography and painting, real world and imagination, memories and reality.

My images are built around photographs that are picked in my personal collection: landscapes, nature, silhouettes…
These are individual memories but, through the choice of the photos , the way they are processed, and the minimalism of the resulting pictures, they become more universally evocative and can remain anybody a place, a memory, an emotion…

Painting is made of gouache or inks that are then digitally combined with photos, it is employed as textures, splatters or lines and shifts the images in a dreamy register. It brings vibrancy and add the strength of colors and shapes to raw photographs which creates a more subjective and poetic vision.

These are dreamed images trying to recreate a momentary emotion that anyone can feel in front of nature’s beauty, a particular architectural shape, a landscape passing by or the silhouette of a beloved one.

Fabienne Rivory

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