Article adapted from Adam Stone.
The invisible art or photos shoot by people melting with the surrounding environment already has a tradition in the works of Liu Bolin and Desiree Palmen, however, it does not make Cecilia Paredes a plagiarism because her art photography is completely unique and unforgettable. Her style is characterized by strong color saturation and does not occur in the work of anyone who creates in this style.
The art photographer Cecilia Paredes was born in Lima, the capital of Peru. In 1998 she moves to Costa Rica where she lives and works for 8 years. Her first original art photography exhibition is held in 1998 in Guatemala. In her latest project she recreates her body as a part of a landscape, as this landscape is unique in every single picture.
The invisible woman series
For this series she selects specific fabrics and linens made of natural materials. With this project she is trying to avoid the nomadic life and to find her identity. With the project “Landscapes,” the artist proves that the female body (in this case on these unique pictures – her own body) is something sacred and mysterious, which is worth to be admiring. Meanwhile, a woman’s body appeared on earth as a connection key to the dialogue between the soul of man and nature around us. Currently the artist lives and creates her art photography in Philadelphia USA.
“Magnolia” Art Photo by Cecilia Paredes from series “Invisible Woman”