ARTmonday: Jessica Biales Photo Collage

I just reconnected with a dear friend, Jessica Biales. Last we spoke, she was a single attorney in New York City. Multiple years, guys, and cities (even countries) later, she has a super husband, beautiful daughter, and has turned her passion for photography into a full-fledged pursuit.  Her photo collages, many aimed towards children, are playful but not babyish, with crisp images depicting whimsical images (calico elephants anyone?) in realistic settings. These are my favorites:

Elephants in Central Park, 2009
photo collage – archival digital c print (limited edition)

Ducks in Central Park, 2009
photo collage – archival digital c print (limited edition)

Train, 2008
photo collage – archival digital c print (limited edition)

Flower Boats, 2008
photo collage – archival digital c print (limited edition)

Lanterns, 2009
photo collage – archival digital c print (limited edition)

Bunny in Tucket, 2008
photo collage – archival digital c print (limited edition)

Duck and Birds on the Choptank, 2008
photo collage – archival digital c print (limited edition)

Storm King, 2007
photo collage – archival digital c print (limited edition)

Bunnies in a Row, 2010
photo collage – archival digital c print (limited edition)

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4 Responses to ARTmonday: Jessica Biales Photo Collage

  1. Arlene Lutter

    Jessica Biales’ work is stunning. It’s impact is magical.

  2. Beth Downey

    Jessica’s photos are so creative. Placing the unexpected in the context of the everyday promotes a sense of surprise and joyfulness I’ve rarely experienced in photography before. Her work takes you to a new level where the ordinary meets the extraordinary and I really enjoyed that experience.

  3. Nazli Gonensay

    I am a big fan of Jessica’s artforchildren. This is so much beyond photography, a unique expression, a reflection on the environment around us with a refreshing child-like perception and imagination. Jessica is making us think and indulge, maybe we adults should try to regain our imaginative outlook on the world around us that we once had. Think of the wonderful anectodes of ‘Little Prince’

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