Allan Baillie

"Often we can recognize the sacred world in a new way when something has been observed with the heart and revealed openly in a photograph."

Whatever seduces Allan Baillie's eye may become a compellingly tranquil, though vibrant photograph. His black-and-white work on isolated subjects is an effort by the artist to present the "essence of the magical poetry in nature."

Baillie uses a large format camera and Polaroid film to capture his wistful, finely detailed images. Adding toner during the printing process creates a warmth that pervades the seemingly still subject matter, making it come alive with light, shadow and depth.

MFA in painting from MICA studied with Grace Harttigan Studies at the Accademia Di Bella Arti Rome Italy Master class with Diane Arbus Published book on Lotus flowers

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