/ In Search of Light

About the exhibition

I really wanted to work on light and colors.
Photographing nature actually become my healing and spiritual practice,
I usually try to find places where colors and lights are very strong,
and spend my time, sit and meditate,
I usually trying (try) to immerge myself in the landscape
and let the landscape be me or let me be a piece of landscape.
When the silence is there and the mind is right,
I just try to observe what is remaining in my soul.

These lights and colors that are in front of me, the landscape,
I try to make a photo of the landscape within the landscape, some people say that,
I would say that’s a work of perception.
Because when you just look above the landscape, you will see another landscape that is just lights and colors.
To me, that’s the must defined manifestation of life, and it is really magical in a way, you can meet these blue, pink, purple, depending on the time of the day.
All the time different, that’s kind of a dance of nature.
It offers to us so many opportunities to contemplate and create unicity with the living forces behind the landscape, I mean what is offering in the landscape.
It’s kind of a dance and can be also a note of music or a harmony,
it’s the vibration at the end.
Each color is really a vibration of nature depending on the time of the day.
So, it’s a beautiful way of experiencing nature, that’s the meaning of all these brilliant works.
Exploring and creating unicity with the world that we live in and we live with.

-Caroline Halley des Fontaines, ALIEN Art Centre, Hope, 2021



These natural scenery happened to the journey will be transformed into the works of Caroline's © Caroline Halley des Fontaines

When the silence is there and the mind is right, I just try to observe what is remaining in my soul. © Caroline Halley des Fontaines

Caroline Halley des Fontaines on the journey of creation © Caroline Halley des Fontaines

To me, that’s the must defined manifestation of life, and it is really magical in a way, you can meet these blue, pink, purple, depending on the time of the day. © Caroline Halley des Fontaines

Notes of Caroline Halley des Fontaines © Caroline Halley des Fontaines