Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Art :: Kylli Sparre's Dream World


On this moody, rainy day what better than to take a step into photographer Kylli Sparre's enchanting dream world?  As told by My Modern Met, "Photographer Kylli Sparre draws upon her background in dance to create elegant narratives that feel like scenes right out of a dream. The artist uses image manipulation to merge graceful figures with surreal backgrounds. The intriguing compositions are filled with a powerful energy that radiates with emotion.

Through her rich imagination, Sparre produces enchanting moments where feminine forms are the delicate central focus of the mind-bending scenes. Sparre has such a wide range of distinctly fantastic work that it's impossible to know what to expect next from the talented artist. Each composition will take viewers on a journey into a world of imagination.

"I never realized that I am inspired by dance until people started telling me that. So it is unconscious. Now I see that it influences the way I see the lines of a body and the movement [that] I am drawn to," says Sparre. 'It took me years to finally find what truly inspires me. The feeling I get, when a picture turns out the way I imagine… I get so much energy and I love to be alive!'"


Images via My Modern Met

6 comments:

  1. Oh how hauntingly beautiful! I especially love the one of the girl in the green dress - wish I could buy a print of it!

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  2. Oh wow. I especially love that last image. So moody and dramatic! I love the dark colors and this scene from dusk. Gorgeous!


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  3. Allie @ 6000 Miles to HomeOctober 7, 2014 at 1:56 PM

    such a cool collection! hot air balloons are magical - that last one brings me back to childhood somehow :) 6000milestohome.blogspot.com

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  4. Very surreal and beautiful! There's a haunting stillness about each image. I love them!

    Jenna || Jennafifi.co.uk

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  5. wow, what ethereal images. Thank you for sharing!

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  6. gorgeous, that last one is my favorite!

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