Urban and rural are the "Two Worlds" that make up this piece. Created by images photographed in Maine and New Jersey, this artwork represents what I see from living in both places. Living in the city but thinking of the beach. I really love the end results as if this could be a graphic painted on a side of a building.
Dimensions: 22' x 28', with a white frame.
“My body of work is the story of my life” - Mark Pizza
The inspiration for markpizzaArt’s photography is based on ‘moments in time’ which are interpreted with the use of color, texture, shapes, light and motion. Each piece reflect’s an influential moment or feeling that has occurred during Mark’s life. After realizing that no one in his family could take a decent photograph while on vacation, Mark’s interest for photography started and his pursuit to tell stories through his images became a passion. Growing up in New England, Mark has always been drawn to the power of nature and the ocean and after moving to the metro NYC area, this lifestyle has influenced what Mark’s works has developed into today. Creating a visual that can capture an energy in that one moment is what his pieces communicate. His images are produced using various traditional and digital photography processes which are then printed on materials such as metal, acrylic, canvas, water color paper and fabrics.
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