Wonderland Fine Art Photography Series by Wesley Corn

Wonderland

Fine Art Photography
by Wesley Corn

Artist Statement

Inspired by chance, I have allowed this project to lead me. Multiplicity, openness, and serendipity mirror my personal experiences in life. By giving up complete control, I hope for the “happy accident.” I’m always searching for those moments when a subject loses him or herself in the moment. I collaborate with my nine-year-old daughter, and she provides a greatly appreciated, free spirited model for creative expression. This approach honors my artistic and personal interests. Seeing through my child’s eyes makes me more optimistic, and following this intuitive path has revealed to me the magic of vulnerability. I’m inspired by images that capture movement, play, light, nature, and spirituality. With multiple layers, I hope for multiple meanings as I search for a visually poetic approach to expanding the fleeting moments of experience.


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2016 Sketches

I have these little sketches everywhere. I thought I’d share them with the world instead of leaving them hidden away in notebooks. Some people have told me they like my line work. Please let me know if you would like to use them for anything worthy. They remind me of the Adult Coloring books I’ve been seeing around lately. Maybe some of you can use them to enjoy your own version of Art Therapy. I always find doing this relaxing.

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This is War

Art, Typography, Neon, Photoshop, Wesley Corn, Hendersonville art, Hendersonville, NC, Asheville NC, Art North Carolina
Neon Text by Wesley Corn

Inspired by my studies of Bruce Nauman I’ve been working with Neon. This is a conceptual piece that I hope to work further. This was created in photoshop. The textured background is a photograph taken with my Nikon D7000. This is the side of my Grandpa’s wood shop on Locust Grove Mountain, Hendersonville, NC.

Brains for dinner?

Wesley Corn Submerged Series
Submerged Series
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Zombies

Brains for dinner? I applied for a job drawing zombies. I thought this series would be good for them to see.

Sometime a few years ago I decided to go outside and throw splash balls filled with paint at a canvas nailed to a tree. The idea was to just start something and see where it led me. I then started standing in front of the drips while allowing my camera to take sequential images. I ended up with these images that looked like someone was merged within the splatters, I called this the Submerged Series.

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