January - March 2010
We are surrounded by nature. Her strength, her diversity, her mystery affect our lives. Photographs that make up the "Blending" exhibition primarily illustrate these features. The first photos identify with the definition of photography - drawing with light. There is a secret here that emerges through the rays of light. They discover the beauty of nature, unusual shapes, unusual colors, compositions. Water and wind come to light, which carve rocks, often giving them a dimension that surprises our imagination. Trees add dynamism to rocky landscapes, emphasizing attrition and the fight of the forces of nature. The forces of nature not only clash with each other. They also interfere with what man has created, he has often created, interfering in the kingdom of nature. And it would seem that such a fight inevitably leads to destruction - but it results in something new and often something beautiful, affecting our consciousness and imagination.
Photographs emphasize the blending - mutual penetration of the forces of nature - rocks, wind, trees, sun, water, also in the context of what man creates.