Photographic images featured in the gallery are limited edition prints sold to order.
Still Life Gallery
Kasia’s style allows the most ordinary of objects to tell a story with depth and passion. Her use of lighting and set-up results in pieces likened to 17th Century Dutch still life art. Kasia believes that even the familiar deserves to become magnificent through art photography.
The work here invites emotions that question mortality and the acceptance of death.
The ordinary pigeon paired with everyday potatoes on the table creates a calm acceptance that the death of the pigeon is as much a part of life and as normal as is the end of its existence. The wild rabbit had no control of the pending destiny. The artist was motivated to create an image to illustrate how easy it is to disassociate creature from the neatly packaged produce that ends up at the kitchen table or the unspoken immunity to the tragedy of roadkill. Driving by perhaps without enough thought for the rotting carcass to react. Here, the photographer reconnects the link between body and soul and fragility of life and death.