Man’s matter


Man’s matter


Corn crops are seen stretching across this original photograph print. The coarse husks layer over the tall stalks and leaves with jagged lines and crinkled faded edges. This rustic snapshot captures honest beauty in its roughness and hardiness. An homage to the crops that help us live, this photo appreciates beauty as well as interdependence. Colour balance and contrast give the photo an antiquated look with brown and copper tones giving a sense of comfort and home. 

The golden lighting illuminates the corn in a warm glow as if celebrating its value and use. Jorge Omenaca is intentional in drawing the focus to the cob itself, revealed through a small opening in its covers like a secret surprise or present waiting to be enjoyed and treasured. 

This original photography is ideal for home decoration to recreate spaces of comfort and hominess. The warm tones and recognizable shapes appreciate the simple beauty of nature and our relationship to it, as suggested in the title.

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Jorge Omenaca | Madrid

Jorge Omeñaca is originally from Zaragoza, but currently lives in Madrid. He has a preference for photographing elements of nature, which he edits with a markedly “pictorial” look, creating images that often straddle the line between photography and painting. A style very conducive to decorative environments.

Apart from photography for interior decoration, Jorge also works on documentary and narrative photography projects.

He has lived in different parts of the world such as Rome, Taiwan and the United Kingdom. He is a photographer and has an academic background in drawing and painting. This relationship between both disciplines is clearly reflected in the style of his photography, where the use of colour and close framing take special relevance.