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Seaduction: The Sensuous Side of the Sea Hardcover – September 28, 2013
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About the Author
Beverly Factor has traveled all corners of the globe photographing the world s most pristine and breathtaking coral reefs and mysterious creatures below the ocean s surface. A certified NAUI dive master for over 20 years, Beverly gave up the corporate life and took a chance. She followed her heart and made her dream of traveling the world to photograph exotic undersea life come true. In this captivating Seaduction collection, Beverly focuses on capturing the abstract side of the sea. These more intimate, textural photographic artworks explode with color, texture, and visual excitement. I concentrate on the sensuality of the sea, says Beverly of her subject matter. I want my pictures to seduce people, so that the sea captivates others like it captivates me. Boston born, Beverly Factor now lives in Laguna Beach, California. Her award-winning work has been widely published in countless magazines, books, and calendars and she has been interviewed on TV, news, and radio programs about her art. Her work is also exhibited in many galleries and fine art shows. Beverly s award-winning children s book Angelee Saves the Sea is educating our children about the ocean through an exciting sea adventure story. For information on her fine art prints (including those shown here), Under the Sea calendars, sailboat races, assignments and/or lectures, and her children s book Angelee Saves the Sea, e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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This is not a book of sea life photos, in the sense that any of the objects are readily recognizable as any particular object. The photos have dreamy titles, which are not at all intended to be informative. Rather, the intention here, at least as I gather it, is to use found forms and colors to create abstract images that range from playful and amusing to intense and thought provoking. The parallel to O'Keeffe is obvious and some of the images could easily masquerade as O'Keeffe works. The fact that we have moved from the desert to the sea just underlines the playfulness of the project.
So, if you like abstract work and like a book that you can repeatedly wander through, (perhaps with a satisfying tropical beverage close to hand), this might be of particular interest.
Please note that I received a free advance ecopy of this book in exchange for a candid review. Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.