Coyotee and Driftewood Photography - Chelsea Brock - Jose Art Gallery
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Characteristics of the Photography “Coyotee and Driftewood”

Year of creation2018
Dimensions55 W × 43 H × 2 D   cm
Type of artphotography
Genrestill-life

Description of the Artwork “Coyotee and Driftewood”

Shot in Chelsea studio in East Dallas. Arrangement for gallery show, Naturally Infused show dates Sep-Nov. 2018 Limited, signed prints run of 50 On 17 x 22" Luster Printed with white boarder for matting and framing purposes. Other sizes for full bleed print available, just message me.

Coyotee and Driftewood

Chelsea BrockUnited States
Original photo, 55×43 cm, 2018
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About the artist
Chelsea Brock

Chelsea Brock, United States

Chelsea Brock is a Dallas-based artist specializing in mixed media and photography. Passionate about all things art, Chelsea pursued a BFA in Graphic Design and has gone on to produce a wide variety of work within her professional portfolio. Her greatest career achievement was the co-founding of the scenic design company, C. Scenic, which has gone on to work on various projects for television, stage, film, and more. Her hands dipped in many pots, Chelsea enjoys using nature as part of her mixed media arrangements. From the little trophies brought to her by her beloved Bubastis to the discoveries she makes on her own, she has collected a wide array of pieces that she breathes new life into until she sees their time as done. At the end of their revival, she then immortalizes them in a final 2D piece. When she’s not working in the studio or in the shop, she is tending to the garden. Her yard is another pride and joy, and it is filled with the very same splendor and care Chelsea puts into her art. From the lively koi pond to the grand trees, it is evident she is happiest when surrounded by nature. Dedicated to recreating the tiniest fragments of beauty that often go unnoticed by the casual eye, her most recent series of works highlight a world that is beautiful even when its lifespan has seemingly come to an end. In her words, "Even in death, there is still beauty to be had from the things we leave behind." "Naturally Infused" is the embodiment of that philosophy, and it will continue to stand as a testament to Chelsea's passion long after even she is gone.

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