Mixed photography technique by Sandra Kantanen

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Sandra Kantanen is a photographer based in Helsinki, Finland using a very unique technique by printing her photographs with similar pigments found in acrylic paints on aluminum plates, then finishing the pieces with varnish. She sweeps the wet prints with a brushes to leave visceral brush strokes and paint lines creating distortion, blurring, or streaking, some of which recall the results of overexposure. Her latest works are photographed in China, Tibet, Finland and Japan.

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  1. This is really amazing, I’m in love too :-) I really love when artists combines different techniques – it really gives the viewer an opportunity to explore the different layers. So so beautiful artwork, thank you for sharing!

    1. What I admire is when someone has been able to find his own language and makes it a signature! :-)

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