Audubon Park Eggs Collection - Digital Manipulated Photography
The genesis of the Audubon Park Eggs Collection is a set of photographs taken by the artist during a walk in the Audubon Park of New Orleans. The park is an oasis of tranquility in the center of the city that entices visitors to relax and contemplate the beauty of nature.
In the works of art, the digital images of the oaks' branches and foliage were superimposed ensuring symmetry in the artistic compositions. Subsequently, the artist experimented with the use of textures and colors applying filters and digital effects inside egg shaped silhouettes that remind us of the famous ones by Karl Fabergé.
The collection is a study of bilateral symmetry, both in composition and color, a characteristic that humans are attracted to and is regarded as a symbol of beauty.