The Photograph Gallery
Since 2001, French Canadian artist Steven Spazuk has been working with a way he developed that permits him to make use of a flame from a candle or torch to create his work with the paths of soot that stay. He then makes use of instruments to control the soot left behind on the thick paper to develop breathtaking photographs. His work, which is usually monochromatic, evolves as he’s working and he permits the pictures to emerge naturally.
He was a daily painter working with acrylic paint and collage earlier than he started “enjoying with hearth.” Through the years, he has perfected his method and his work, particularly the portraits, that are merely beautiful.
He typically works with smaller items of paper that assemble collectively to type a big portrait mosaic. The self-portrait under consists of 272 items that may match right into a shoebox that makes transporting to a gallery a lot simpler.
He typically incorporates paint into his work.
Watch how he creates his work on this video: