2020 / Fine Art
/ Still Life
I take photographs with the hope people will look and see more. I don’t analyze. I am looking for interesting shapes. Usually they are bought, chopped cooked and eaten. I take time to find the “perfect” ones for my portraits.
Looking thought my lens, I discover additional flaws. Their uniqueness makes them worthy of my camera’s attention.
These edibles represent the beauty of nature. My portraits are simple just like
they were displayed in a museum, like a sculpture on a pedestal.
Liliane Schwab is a Swiss-born photographer, now living in Canada.
Originally self-taught, Liliane’s first formal training was an intensive photojournalism course at the Maine Photographic Workshop in Rockport, Maine. US.
Her Photography combines classic forms with stylized props and set designs.
She takes inspiration from material at hand from common objects in her home, to scenes encountered while travelling.
Most of her work is with black and white film.
Her work has been featured in fashion, business magazines in Canada and abroad.