Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice

Layla Love

Love created this artwork in Joshua Tree National Park, photographing world-renowned ballerina Phedra Jones while composer David Block was playing live piano. All of the elements were in resonance and it seemed the only motion that encompassed the exquisite beauty of the moment was as she moved her arms in a way that would create a heart shape. Love is all-encompassing. It is everything worth living. This artwork was created to remind us of that.

Unique edition. Love took this photograph in Joshua Tree National Park. Dancing in the arid landscape, Love inspires a nostalgic gaze upon an endless and care-free summer.

Cyanotype print on bamboo low-texture watercolor paper with a matte finish, 2019

16 x 24 in. (40.6 x 61 cm.)


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About Layla Love

Layla Love’s art aims to illuminate the human consciousness. She captures life as a series of adventures and expeditions into the unknown, returning always with a greater sense of what it means to be human. Having been in both foreign prisons and royal palaces she has learned to employ the power of creative force to transcend. Her intention is to illuminate and reveal in the hopes of igniting a spark of activation. After studying journalism and global communications at Richmond International University in London she realized that visual imagery has the greatest impact in our modern communication process., At 21, she began a five-year photojournalism tour to war-torn and compromised region with a focus on the plight of women. Love […]

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