Every artwork sold in this collection will go towards supporting the World Land Trust and their Buy an Acre campaign. All net proceeds of sales made via this campaign will be shared equally 50/50 between the artist and the World Land Trust, to ensure a safe future for wildlife, in a real, measurable and tangible way.
The Blossom Project is a celebration of the earth and its creative potential; its fertile landscapes and irreplaceable blossomings while the clouds of looming smoke represent a visual manifestation of the creative impulse.
It also raises awareness on the interventions of mankind in territory. If men are absents from these photographs, their imprint is suggested among these wild natural or abandoned landscapes; construction sites, minings, power plants, quarries, agricultural holdings, etc.
Isabelle & Alexis direct intervention in the landscape and ephemeral characteristic can safely be compared to Land art’s approach and Robert Smithson’s conceptual oeuvre in particular. Whereas their choice of abandoning all suggestions of figuration to focus their attention on the expressive power of colour recalls Abstract expressionism and the likes of Rothko and Newman."