Charity photographic art from Canada
Today we have a great portion of photographic art for you again. It is magical, mystical gardens and enchanting images of women. The Canadian Porträtfotografin Daniela Majic has created these beautiful art installations in her little attic. They belong to her latest project the secret garden.
The photographer tells in her blog how it all started. The preparation began with a small wall that has decked with flowers. The plants and the grass were changed with each new scene. A small team of artists Daniela has supported their work. The artists have trimmed the hair and makeup of the models. Numerous real and artificial flowers, silk fabrics, spring and sparkling beads were used for the photo shoot. The images move us in an imaginary world full of enigmatischer beauty. The main idea of the photographer is to show people how you can create something great in small spaces by their photo art.
The artist for the charity because I’m a girl plans to collect donations for their photo exhibition in June. She started collecting with the donations, by selling online prints. Daniela tells that them by small’s so was raised to help the others. So, she now has the goal to support children in need. She sees her art as a great way of charitable work to get involved and to make its modest contribution for a better world.
Blue rain dream
Feminine tenderness in purple
The Queen Bee in the fog
Proud and rustic yellow nuances
Colorful butterflies and fine silk
Blonde Queen and Spider Web
Magic with delicate flowers
The serious ice Queen
White daisies and glitter
The actual preparation
The backdrop of the butterfly scene
Thus arises a real bee Queen