Cecelia Webber uses the human body to construct intricate tessellations that represent the natural world. Her art implicates the viewer in its form, evoking our complex relationship with our bodies and nature. Her art has been featured around the world.Born in a small town, Cecelia spent much of her childhood outdoors. Her deep appreciation for nature, along with her scientific background, give her a deep awareness of organic forms that she draws upon to concoct pieces bearing a unique interplay between colors, shapes, and models bodies.In early 2010, Cecelias Flowers Series opened on exhibition at Renown Institutes Healing Arts exhibit in Reno, Nevada. In 2011, she premiered her Butterflies Series at Barneys NYC. In 2012, she was the guest of honor at the Museo Civico (Natural History Museum) of Verona, Italy for Infinitamente, a science and art festival coordinated by Verona University and the City of Verona, unveiling her Birds.These amazing images of colourful birds and insects have been given a truly human touch - because the artist has created them out of people. Cecilia Webber takes photos of nude models and spends up to a year editing them together on her computer to create extraordinary collages.After photographing a series of models in various poses, she digitally cuts, rotates and colours their bodies..
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The artist says: I began creating my compositions after noticing that a photo I had taken of my back looked like a petal. From there, I became fascinated by the practice of trying to create organic imagery with greater and greater accuracy.
RoseLos Angeles based artist, Cecelia Webber creates flower and butterfly assemblages from hundreds of nude human form photographs. Cecelias photographic compositions can take up to two months to produce due to the complexity of finding the right pieces. The result is lovely
Summer DandelionCecelia Webbers-a nscut n New Hampshire i a primit o burs BFA de la Universitatea din California de Sud n 2008. Artista a creat o serie de montaje fotografice care aduc omagiu corpului feminin i frumuseii acestuia. Ea a imaginat flori, plante sau fluturi decupnd i colornd fotografii ale nudurilor feminine
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