The Inertia

When I began art-ography27, my main goal was to create personal artwork that would offer a vibrant, interesting, meaningful and “dreamlike” story all within one image. It all began when I had a vision to create a piece of art that combined my passion for the mountains, the ocean and the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. I was also looking for a way to get my “ocean fix” while I’m living in the mountains and not surfing. I was intrigued by the use of non-traditional printing methods found locally. The use of aluminum and plexiglass face-mounting for printing contributes to the beauty and depth of the finished piece. Thus, photos are captured, edited, and creatively fused together digitally through layers and textures — and each art-ography piece tells a story through the visuals that are blended together into one cohesive piece of art.

Creating art-ography has been a truly rewarding experience. The pieces seem to evoke an emotional response. In turn, it has ignited re-connections with old friends and introductions to new ones, many of which claim that the art itself has brought joy to their space and ultimately to their lives.

For more from Stacey Bodnaruk, head on over to her website. Stacey also works with Reactive Design. Additionally, don’t forget to Like her on Facebook


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