Still life by Victoria Ivanova

Published June 8, 2015 in Blog

Russian photographer Victoria Ivanova’s interest is in giving character and soul to static objects. She’s made still-life art from nothing more than clothes pegs, vegetables or chess pieces. 

As a photographer she got that imagination gift to be able to translate a full imaginary story out of her mind to be a picture in a frame carrying a full story where the observant catch it from the first seen. Lights, perspectives, lens and  objects all together gives us that new great inspiration of artwork using an ordinary and regular things to produce new style and ideas of photography.

Source:;; © Victoria Ivanova

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