“Puerto Tomás Maestre” By Arne Larsen, Digital Photography
24" x 24"
“I am an autodidact photographer/artist from Norway. Born in 1961. Work and lives in Bergen, Norway. All my works are in the square format, and each work will only be produced in one (1) copy. I can find a motif in almost anything. I see myself more as an artist than a photographer. The artwork always starts with an ordinary photography. I find interest in achitecture, furnitures, cars and other design. I am an eager reader of all sorts of magazines regarding these things. One of my absolute favourite photographers is my fellow countryman Knut Bry. He has been a big inspiration for me. From around 1985 I was competing in various competitions around the world, and I won a lot of prizes and awards. The A.F.I.A.P. award from FIAP (Federation Internationale de l'art Photographique) I received in 1990. After the digital revolution around 2000, I lost interest for several years, but now it's back for full. I take a lot of pictures every day. I either use my iPhone X or my Olympus Pen. It gives me a great joy to see things that other people don't see. Anything is a motif…”