These photographs are a continuation of a series done in collaboration with Food Stylist, Charlotte OmnÃ¨s. We began inspired by Robert Rymanâ€™s paintings and decided to explore other artists using food as the medium. We studied various painters and how they applied paint to their canvas using this as inspiration for manipulating the food. By approaching these items as texture, shape and form rather than something edible, changes the perspective of the viewer. They are no longer a food item with appetite appeal but become a graphic composition of shapes and forms, achieving a whimsical sense and reflection of what is usually done in the art world created by using food.
Galton is a NY based food & still life photographer with over 30 years of experience. A consummate professional, her attention to detail and strong sense of light/composition has allowed her to acquire a noteworthy client list. She works for many top advertising agencies and design companies throughout the world. Her advertising clients range from companies such as Starbucks, Chipotle, LOreal’s SkinCeuticals and Motts as well as photographing imagery for packaging for Gerbers, Bath and Bodyworks and St. Ives. Beth’s images have been featured in The Washington Post, Saveur, Wine Enthusiast, etc