The Fullest Bloom in Orb

The Fullest Bloom in Orb

Layla Love

The Fullest Bloom in Orb is a celebration of life. The magnolia tree in springtime showing off its fullest bloom painted with a creamy iridescent texture to illuminate the folds of each petal. The orbs floating through the image illustrate the intangible elements of existence. As artists we give form to the invisible, the energy, the elements of life which cannot be expressed by word alone, filling in the gaps between our inner knowing and our communal communication. This image reminds us to feel all of it and embrace that everything is derived from energy and frequency.

Collaboration with Amanda Sage

Unique Print: Edition of One

Black and white photography, tinted, then painted with multimedia (2014)

Printed in waterproof metal or metallic photographic paper

Custom commissions in various sizes available.

24 x 36 in. (61 x 91.5 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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