Element Faerys

Element: one of the substances, usually earth, water, air, and fire, formerly regarded as constituting the material universe.

Earth represented things that were solid.
Water represented things that were liquid.
Fire represented things that destroyed.
Wind/Air represented things that moved.
Void represented things not of our everyday life.

The four elements earth, air, fire, and water are what substantiate life. The representation of the faery figure in the images represents the idea of the fifth element void {Personification (human representation of nature)} to protect and maintain balance. The metal wings represent the industrial factor that man brings to our world and how man effects our ecosystem and the weather- Natural life co-existing in a conflicting rural and urban system.

Without these four elements we cannot have anything in life—we cannot maintain the cycle of life.
The personification of the “Faery” within this series of images can be interpreted to the emotions one might feel when experiencing nature and factoring weather. The photographs of the “Element Faery Series” each have their own tone and emotion to them. The “Faery” embodies the connection between people, nature and the weather.

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