American Botanical Photography
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Naida Osline: Florescence is
a 2017 exhibit at the Riverside
Art Museum which says: "Naida Osline is a Los Angeles-based
artist who combines and manipulates images sourced from both analog and
digital processes, in which she blends conceptual and documentary photographic
practices with an abiding interest in the transformative, mythical, and
ethereal nature of existence....Florescence is a portfolio of fantastical,
hybrid flower specimens that merge components from plants, animals, insects,
and synthetic products. The artist uses a scanner, instead of a camera,
to capture detail, connecting the work with documentary photographic methods
for recording botanical specimens." Also see the artist's website Accessed 6/17
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