Still-life portraits offer the viewer the chance to create their own magic of conceptualizing the works. But the decision to produce a timeless experience can only survive when one perceives with a tendency for discovery. A game of controlling the frame develops life's soundless truth and the remembrances of this special choreography permanently capture the survival of time and history.
Time predicts the moods of laughter and tears only in clues for the eye to record. Seconds melted in a frame design the colors, the music of emotions and surprises dance with the question of what should be noted and remembered while an interplay of lighting completes the aura of a moment's request.
God is my strength and power: and he maketh my way perfect. 2 Samuel xxii.33.