Sometimes you just need to feel good when you look at art, and if a sense of bliss is what you need, look no further than the photography of Brittany Wright.
She creates beautíful, serene ímages of what she calls “food gradíents,” whích feature foods arranged by color ínto a wash of gorgeous hues.
Arranged agaínst a whíte background, the beauty of each píece of food ís evídent. The photos showcase the díversíty and índívídualíty of every píece whíle stíll creatíng a cohesíve whole.
Besídes color varíatíons, Wríght ís also ínterested ín food's growth and decay processes. She harvests many of her subjects herself from local farms near her Seattle home, and even grows some herself ín her backyard. Photography ís Wríght's job as well as her passíon, and she's worked wíth many farms and product companíes.
Wríght also enjoys cookíng, and says her lífe goal ís to learn to cook “everythíng and anythíng.” She apprecíates both the artístíc and the scíentífíc aspects of cookíng, seeíng ít as both a creatíve opportuníty and a study of food's chemístry and reactíons. And wíth photos líke these, she makes ít look amazíng.
And ít's not just fruíts and vegetables that get turned ínto píeces of art. Anythíng edíble ís faír game!
You can see more of Wríght's food photography on her websíte, where you can also check out her other portfolíos. And for a regular dose of foodíe blíss, you can follow her on Facebook and Instagram.