Flower of Peace

Flower of Peace

Title: Flower of Peace

Year of execution: 2010

Size: Width: 6.667inches Height: 9.26 inches

Technical data: Digital photograph on paper 

 

This dancing flower belongs to Spathiphyllum family and it is commonly known as the Peace Lily. Peace Lillies are recognized for their ability to purify the air and are thought to promote peace and harmony.  More than ever, the world needs peace today.

I want to use this opportunity to raise awareness of the war and terror that is happening currently in Armenia, imposed by Azerbaijan with full support by Turkey.

The world has a new Hitler - the Turkish president Erdogan. His plan is to kill three million Armenians and fulfill the same mission that his predecessors started in 1915, known to the world as the Armenian Genocide.   

On September 27,2020 Azerbaijan with the help of Erdogan launched a massive war to wipe out the first Christian Nation, Armenia, which he sees as a BARRIER from fulfilling his mission of Pan-Turkism.   

This terrorism is against the whole world, against the humanity, against the civilization, and I urge all people to raise your voices to STOP the Turkish Hitler from committing new Genocide war crimes and destroy his crazy dream of building “The Great Turan”.

Let this dancing “Flower of Peace” be a token of Peace, Love, Understanding to all people in the world!

 

Artist: Irene Kalents

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    Title: Flower of Peace

    Year of execution: 2010

    Size: Width: 6.667inches Height: 9.26 inches

    Technical data: Digital photograph on paper 

     

  • ARTIST INFO

    Irene Kalents

     

    “There is someone living inside of me. When I am receptive to beauty around me, we are both in harmony.”  Irene Kalents

     

    LOS ANGELES, October4, 2020 - Born in Yerevan, Armenia and now based in the greater Los Angeles area, photographer Irene Kalents taps her Armenian roots to find inspiration and bridge her past there with her present life in the United States.

    That Kalents is experienced in zone plate, tilt shift and macro photography as well as ICM and street photography is no coincidence because she is constantly curious, searching, experiment- ing, learning, and refining her technical photography skills. No matter the camera, the subject matter or the technique, her photography elicits emotions. She is an artist whose work delves into beauty and captures the modus vivendi of her heart: Life is beautiful. In 2008, Kalents’ in- sistence on visually portraying La Dolce Vita in nature as well as in human subjects culminated in an eponymous solo exhibition at the Arev Gallery in her native city of Yerevan.

    Kalents began her career studying Economics at the National Polytechnic University of Arme- nia, however, shortly after relocating to the United states when she was in her twenties and found herself living amongst artists, she developed a passionate interest in photography. She has worked on a number of photography projects, including various Los Angeles gallery group exhibitions that were later shown in San Francisco, New York City and elsewhere. Kalents is the proud recipient of a special recognition from a Women in Photography International (WIPI) juried exhibition. More recently, she has been creating a poetic-photography series comprised of images accompanied by her original verses.

    Kalents’ photography has mainly been acquired by private collectors.

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