Above: Blade Runner, print, 85 x 32″ // Fibonacci, print, 44 x 72″
Architectural and landscape photography are two of Jason Pavalonis’ passions. The Current is fortunate enough to have two of Jason’s works on display. Blade Runner is able to convey an extreme feeling of depth and movement while boasting an elegant composition. The orientation of the work adds broadness, while the tight cropping helps draw the viewer towards the focal point. Our second Pavalonis print, Fibonacci, displays the beauty of architecture. Fibonacci’s composition cleverly alludes to the Golden Ratio, and its title clearly references fibonacci numbers. Both of these associations are reinforcing the interconnectedness of mathematical concepts, aesthetics, and architecture.
To see more of Jason’s work, check out his facebook page at Warm Desert Wind Photography!
Fun Fact: The Golden Ratio can be found in many forms; sea shells, pinecones, flowers, the human body, and many works of art throughout history.