Piece description from the artist
Many people consider Pink Ladyslippers to be one of the crown jewels of flowers that appear in the Eastern United States. I'm lucky to have several dozen pop up in my backyard each year, and thus I always have time to capture various portraits of these flowers in differing conditions, such as just after a nice morning rain, or right after the fog clears and they've collected most of their moisture, dripping from the bottom.
This is a TurningArt exclusive limited edition print available in editions of 100.
Benjamin Erlandson, Ph.D. is a photographer and multimedia creator, shooting for more than thirty years and creating motion-based works for nearly as long, first experiencing stop-motion animation at a summer camp during middle school. Ben has degrees from UNC-Asheville, Emerson College, and Arizona State University.
His latest collaborative stop motion animated short film Monster News Feed has been featured and awarded in several film festivals, including Best Experimental Film at Frostbite International Indie Fest. Ben’s nature photography has been featured in solo and juried shows and published in journals such as Burningword Literary, The Esthetic Apostle, and Camas. In 2020, one of his photos was selected as the inaugural Conservation Award winner by the Appalachian Mountain Club.
A relatively new exploration and practice, his environmental modeling and portraiture photography has been consistently published internationally since October 2020.
Having lived and worked in Asheville, Boston, Tempe, Monterey Bay, Berkeley, and Washington, DC, Ben currently resides in the quiet mountains of Glade Valley, North Carolina. Whenever the opportunity arises, he travels the world, always taking as many cameras as he can fit into his bag.
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