The images exposed by Cynthia Karalla are reflected in the consciousness of each of us. They remind us of childhood, of a sultry, but pleasant day spent with the family on the beach. The focus is shifted from everyday things and switches to branches framing the image, which create an amazing natural pattern. In these works, everyone can notice something truly close for them, re-think and re-feel the deepest memories. These works resemble the modern incarnation of the paintings of Maurice Denis, reflecting on a summer day. Looking at these works, thoughts about shiny Hockney objects may arise in your mind and this is all due to color and light. The compositional solution and dynamism of these photos encourages a fair comparison with Alex Katz. Maurice Denis, David Hockney, Alec Katz and now Cynthia Karalla. By Liza Klimko www.karalla.com ...
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