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Andres orlowski photography

http://andresorlowskiarte.wordpress.com FINE ART CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY


(c)Andres F. Orlowski 2013

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Andres Orlowski’s work is available in print. Sizes for each image have a wide range. From series of 22 prints in 5x7, to series of 12 in sizes between 11x14 to 16x20. Large prints, approximately 20x30, are made in a series of 6. All sizes are approximate. ** There may be images only available in a certain size due to artistic decisions of the artist. ***For more information about the themes and prints contact the artist. Contact information: andresorlowski@yahoo.com or 505-804-0356.


BIO: Poet, painter and photographer Andres Orlowski was raised in Mexico City. He first developed as a painter and studied Classical Methods of Representation under the counsel of Master Sculptor and Painter Gene Diakonov. He went on to study Academic Drawing at the Florence Academy of Art in Firenze, Italy. Andres has displayed his art work in different venues in th U.S. including the Art Student Showcase in NY, The Toledo Museum of Art in Toledo, Ohio, Gainsburg Gallery in Las Vegas, and in several venues in New Mexico. He has participated in group shows at the Yu-Shin Museum of Art in Habrin, China, in Seoul, Korea at the Cha-um gallery in Muju, S.Korea and at the Nudo Gallery in San Miguel Allende, Mexico. Andres became interested in the expressive qualities of photography in 2008 and brings his sensitivity as an artist and poet to this medium. He recently has begun exhibiting his photography in New Mexico. He describes his work as Pictorialist and Conceptual. “Photography,” he proposes “projects a gaze through a window of time, metaphor and suspended belief.” He concludes “It is at once theatretical and objective.” Drawing his inspiration from early photographers such as Kertesz and Steinech and contemporaries like Misha Gordin, Andres also makes references to his experiences with Old Masters, Surrealism, poetry and most importantly his own life. Throughout his oeuvre, univeral themes appear to converge in a personal theater of images that evoke mystery and introspection.

Dream of Life and Death (c) Andres Orlowski from the series ‘Within and Without’ Limited Series Print. Below from the same series: 1- Noone Escapes 2- The War 3- The Found Mask

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p9 The series ‘Within and Without’ is divided into two sections. The artist invites us to view it in a broader context. The man and woman are vehicles to deeper, implied forces in harmony and in strife with one another.

5) Trophy 6) Bernini’s Creatures 7) The Tear 8) El Ritual 9) Embryon 10) La Morte de L’Artiste


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The second part of the series ‘Within and Without’ brings into play the silent relationship of man and woman with nature. For Andres the covering of the head has a variety of meanings depending on the photograph or painting. At times, such as in ‘Amantes’ it can imply union between lovers. In other photos it can signify a bond with the force of nature as in ‘Árbol’. 11) El Árbol

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12) Amantes

13) Cloud Cry

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14) The Knot of Life

15) Oneness

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16)Ode to Water 17) Winter Yucca 18)Young Traveler For Andres a response and melting with the outer world is vital in art. It nourishes a being’s solitude. In March the snows began to melt in Gateway, CO, and the rain and fog crowded the canyon tops. From their heights electrifying waterfalls were born. They brought nourishment, life, vitality as well as destruction. ‘Ode to Water’ brings together two apparently disjointed phenomena: sleep energy represented by the woman and awakening as perceived by the waterfall. For Andres dunes can represent a mask, but beneath their bareness life’s theater can thrive.

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‘Temblor’ belongs to the series of the secret life of objectsThe Silence of Matter. It is a view of a transit of light over objects, figurines, skulls and interiors. It is everyday life seen in solitude. 19)Temblor From Templo Natural: 20) Desert Arrow Aurora 22) Defiance

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‘Templo Natural’ is a series in which humanity is lost in the symbol- a warrior of the unseen, a protector, a ghost and awakener.

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23) The Dragon


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From the Series The Human Circus: 24)The Script

25) Invitation

26) The Burial of the Acrobat

27) Juggler at Noon

28) Wild Card

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29) The Soothsayer’s Dream 30)Dragonfly

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31) Crisรกlida


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p34 Transformations is a dark series- a rupture from darkness and a return to it. In other words, it is a revelation. 32) Ashes 33) The Slave I 34) Into the Dark


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36) Winter Dream


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p37 37) Serenata del Desierto

38) Viola

39) Time

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Dance is the art of movement p40) De Polvito de Arena p41) Aire o Viento p42) TrĂ­ptico de Luz p43) Dancer

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44) The Bridge


“Sometimes Spring arrives as a premonition at the very end of Winter. Life appears old and young at once- an omen of things to come.�A.O. 44) Omen of Spring 45) Green Moth 46) Dive in 47) The Red Flag 48) Secret Passage

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From the Series ‘Tierra Lejana’ 49) 50) 51) 52) 53) 54) 55)

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Ciudad del Deseo Open Shell Hermandad Tierra Lejana The Aim Rememberance Lost Language

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The Storm of Silence Self-Remembrance Fuerzas Ocultas Heart Speech The Parting Capricho de las Piedras

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p68 The Series Y te Sentiré de Nuevo/ I Will Feel You Again is based on the book ‘INRI’ by Chilean Poet Raul Zurita. The poems relate the torture, death and symbolic rebirth of love through the point of view of two dead lovers Bruno and Susana.

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62) Un Rostro es una Flor/ A Face is a Flower 63) The World as Fear 64) Susana 65)Te palpo, te toco y las yemas de mis dedos habituadas a seguir siempre las tuyas, sienten la oscuridad que descendemos/ I feel you, I touch you and my fingertips habituated to always follow yours, sense the darkness to which we descend. 66) I Will Feel You Again 67) Les arrancaron los ojos de las cuencas/ They tore their eyes from their sockets 68) The Storm 69) El Silencio 70) The Path of Between Solitudes 71) Y mi carne pegándose a tu carne viva/ And my flesh clinging to your living flesh 72) The Search 73) Bruno

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74) En una tierra enemiga es común oír montañas de cuerpos hundirse boca abajo/ In an enemy land it is common to hear mountains of bodies sinking face down. - Translations of verses by A.O.


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75) The Hidden Child

76) A Mother 77) Madres Ocultas 78) The Toy

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79) The Self


There is an art to introspection

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80) Flora 81) Hidden 82) Parade 83) Lonely Pilgrim p81

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Andres Orlowski’s origins are rooted in painting and poetry which he continues to practice. Below is a self-portrait by the artist. ‘Breathe’ 16x20 Oil on panel

For more of his work as painter click on the link www.wix.com/andresorlowski/contact


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