/ 2020 / Nature / Wildlife

Meditations

  • Prize
    Bronze in Nature/Wildlife
  • Company
    Alice Zilbeberg
  • Photographer
    Alice Zilberberg

In this series, Zilberberg creates animal montages as an expression of self-therapy. As an urbanite, functioning day-to-day in a fast-paced, built environment can be emotionally unsettling. The artist regrounds herself in the sense of calm issued by these animals. These creatures reinstate a presence, a tranquility, and a grander perspective. Rather than ruminating on the past, or hypothesizing the future, Zilberberg’s works invite a meditative state, encouraging the viewer to stay still and find happiness in the moment.

Alice Zilberberg is an award-winning Fine-Art Photographer. She was born in Tallinn, Estonia, raised in Israel, and is now based in Toronto, Canada. Since graduating from Ryerson University?s Photography program, she has been on a mission to create and inspire creativity. Her art photography has been displayed in galleries, publications, auction houses, and collections internationally.


Zilberberg merges traditional photography and computer illustration, creating images that bridge the platforms of photography and painting.

Awards 2017 ND ? Neutral Density Photography Awards, Fine Art Conceptual Honourable Mention

2017 FAPA ? Fine Art Photography Awards, Fine Art Category nominee
2016 Monochrome Photography Awards, Winner of 1st Place Photo-manipulation, Professional
2016 ND ? Neutral Density Photography Awards, Fine Art Landscape Honourable Mention
2016 IPA ? International Photography Awards 1st Place nominee
2016 FAPA- Fine Art Photography Awards, Photomanipulation Professional Category nominee
2014 FAPA ? Fine Art Photography Awards, Landscape Professional Category nominee
2014 Applied Arts Magazine Professional Photography Award
2012 Snap! Photography Competition Best Photography Portrait
2011 Applied Arts Magazine Photography Illustration Award
2011 The Artist Project, Untapped Emerging Artist
2010 The Magenta Foundation, Flash Forward, Honourable mention
2009 Sony World Photography competition, Cannes, represented Ryerson