Saturday, March 13, 2010
In her recent work, photographer Sharon Core has beautifully rendered still life paintings in the style of Raphaelle Peale (1774-1825), one of America's early masters in this genre.
His still life paintings featured perfectly articulated everyday objects: ceramic tableware, glassware, fruit and flowers.
Core has recreated Peale's tableaus with collected antique serving pieces, vegetables and ripened fruits. Her brilliant attention to composition, scale, color and lighting produce a visual feast for modern and traditional tastes alike.
More images from Sharon Core's "Early American" series may be found here and here.