Friday, September 7, 2012

Sara Risley's Fine Art Digital Photography

There’s something chaotic and cool about Sara Risley’ s digital photographs. They are abstract studies with many looking like portions of stained-glass church windows or wall panels from an industrial paint booth after months of production. I find the colors and patterns soothing, much like a 19th century Impressionist painting. I could easily see pairing up a Claude Monet with a Sara Risley. I’ve got the perfect wall, but need to wrestle Monet’s 1872 Sunrise from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris to match up with a Risley print. It could easily become my favorite view point with a cup of well-brewed dark roast coffee or a Waterford crystal wide-mouth glass tastefully filled to the bulge with a full-bodied Argentinian Malbec wine. Ahhhh that could be my own slice of paradise. Risley's unique giclee prints are available on gallery-wrapped canvas or watercolor paper. Editions are limited to 25. To see Sara Risley's work, visit

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