Inspirational Artist Feature – Cliff Briggie

Cliff Briggie’s technique focuses on photographing the movement in liquids. The consistency of the subject-matter also gives the appearance of dissipating smoke or a gentle satin fabric. Concentrating the colors in different areas creates a subtle transparency that plays with the light source. The mixing colors and swirling compositions make these pieces absolutely mesmerizing.

Photo from "Infusions" series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from “Infusions” series by Cliff Briggie



Photo from "Infusions" series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from “Infusions” series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from "Infusions" series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from “Infusions” series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from "Infusions" series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from “Infusions” series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from "Infusions" series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from “Infusions” series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from "Infusions" series by Cliff Briggie

Photo from “Infusions” series by Cliff Briggie

To see more of Cliff Briggie’s work, visit his flickr portfolio.
A special thanks to the artist for allowing me to feature his beautiful photographs.

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14 Comments on “Inspirational Artist Feature – Cliff Briggie”

  1. Dana says:

    Very beautiful art work. :)

  2. steviegill says:

    Cool images. Some of the remind of jelly fish or those strange delicate-looking creatures you only find in the deepest darkest depths of the ocean.

  3. jazmynand says:

    this is amazing!!!!!!!

  4. thank you all so much for your kind comments!
    they make it all worthwhile.

  5. Lunch Sketch says:

    Great concept! Love all of them especially the mix of colours.


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