“Watercolor” by Chris Rayn, 2013
In the summer months, a field of blooming lotus flowers is bursting into full color on a lake, waves turning the reflection into an intricate, living watercolor painting that only lasts for a split second. This is the short, precious peak in the life of the lotus that grows, shines and withers within a few months, each year.
Project: Floating World
The second part of Chris Rayn's Nature of Reality cycle is an exploration of the mirror world on flowing bodies of water, fleeting images of our subjective perception frozen in time perpetually through the camera, resembling Impressionist paintings but captured from the Canvas of Nature itself in the split second they existed. (Read More)