Peacock ©Teri Darnell
Teri Darnell is an artist who is passionate about people being able to live with who they are inside. She uses her camera to connect to places few people explore. Through inspiration she derives from casual encounters, she expresses an inward sensitivity to the lives of others. Her use of evocative imagery enables viewers to engage in worlds that stretch their imagination.
In Cabaret of the Nameless (Kabarett der Namenlosen), Teri photographs startling geometric simplifications of the human form, and theatrical interior scenes, many lit only by the glare of candles. Teri’s images focus on dramatic situations and subjects, and a high contrast of light and dark (chiaroscuro) similar to artistic techniques used by Caravaggio, Rembrandt, and Georges de La Tour in their paintings 400 years ago.
Peacock is inspired by Teri’s fascination with combining performing art with visual art. Through the use of color and light, Teri captures the beauty of a lost art with the life that’s bringing it back.
printed on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta museum quality archival pigment print
$1000, includes shipping to US
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