by sabine7 / November 27, 2005

Diana Kingsley arranges her still life shots so carefully that it is hard to take in the fact that housed within the composition is often a small problem, or flaw, or sense that something bad is about to happen. When she was taking art lessons as a child, Kingsley always preferred setting up the still life to the actual drawing. These days her work begs some questions. Will the up-do be pulled awry? Will the pretty saucers cascade to a smashing heap? All we do know is that it is too late for the fondue fellow to save himself from peril.

Artist: Diana Kingsley
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