Fine Art Photography and Spellbinding Wall Art from Photos 2020

Far-out Wall Art and Rustic Canvas Art from Pispala. I am very interested in the combination of photographs and text. I use this method in my work and art. Photos give birth to strong impressions and images, and these impressions become the seeds of performances, experiments, or a picture book, like Myths.

Butoh-fu

In Butoh dance, this transformation of movements, metamorphoses, bodily conformations, and states of consciousness into images, which together can formulate the passage, or dramaturgy, of a whole performance is called Butoh-fu.

A Butoh performance and the photographs that eternalize it are very suitable for both graphic and textual post-processing. Butoh dance is very animated performance art, both a moving picture and an energetic stillness, therefore providing an abundance of mental images and awakened impressions and memories.

Inner Landscape

The inner landscape within both the performer, photographer and audience comes to life and to the surface, being perceived by and interacting with everyday reality. During a powerful interaction, this kind of experience can produce something mutual and communal between people, coming from an archaic space of memories and experiences. It is this area from which and where extremely influential and important experiences in human life are born, taking the form of Butoh dance, poetry, myths, fables, art, love, and creative life.

Photography and Photo Retouching

My photos and wallart on SmugMug site oskuleinonenphotography.com. High Resolution photos, Buy and Download option also, Paper Prints, Desk Art, Canvases, Edge Prints, Acrylic Gallery, Wall Art.

These photos are from the gallery Portfolio, Selected Pictures

4 ways to use Pispala Wall Art

How do I choose an apartment art? Having a home of your own is a dream come true for everyone. We spend a huge amount of time on its decoration and add a taste of our personality in the house. Different rooms give a different perspective and that is the reason a home is a place where you can truly depict the artist inside you. Now is the time to decorate the interior with our wall art from Pispala!

What is Pispala?

Pispala is a small city near Tampere, Finland full of art and culture. It is a place where many famous artists have lived and are still living so ART is in the roots of Pispala, Pispalian culture. For years, Pispalian art and rustic ambiance was not easy to find, until now when Osku Leinonen started showing the unique feeling of Pispala, through his photos and wall art. Osku Leinonen is a talented visual artist who has impeccable skills in photography. He loves to capture things and textures that are eye-catching, incredible, full of culture, gives vibes from the past and are appealing. Living in Pispala forced him to start to capture the true beauty of Pispala to the world and that is why he started selling his pictures and art on the walls for a reasonable price.

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The question here is how can you use these pictures and art in your daily life?

4 ways to use Pispala Wall Art!

  • Aesthetic decor. When it comes to aesthetics, Osku Leinonen's photographs will help you create an aesthetic look at your home through wall art, canvas, art prints and framed art. The modern interior design is all about the minimalistic art and aesthetic look, with aesthetic color. The more things you add to the interior, the more its beauty fades. To give it an artistic, right look, you need to add a layer of Pispala on your walls. The best pictures to buy from Pispalian culture are waiting for you to add on a side table, on a wall or on one wall of your lounge and office. Save you time and effort and shop today. Find art prints and canvases to get the right space for you home.
  • Bohemian wall decoration. Pispala is the place for artist and that is why art lives inside the people. Almost everyone there knows how to come up with something artistic. Their lifestyle is saturated with lovely houses, homes, nature, interesting people and events. One of the best things about Pispalian culture is neighbourhood without a unified local development plan in past, resulting in unique building styles and solutions. These solutions are so attractive and colourful that they are unlimited source of creation and art. Just add a bohemian photos from and refill your interior with creative and inspiring energy!
  • Appealing gifts. You can also use Pispala wall art to gift others. It becomes a sweet gesture of love, and respect you give others by gifting cute little frames of beautiful and appealing pictures and art prints purchased from Osku Leinonen Photography. Many popular photo sizes to hang on the wall or to add on a table.
  • Boho-chic shirts. Do you want to look astonishing and add a boho-chic factor to your outfit? Everyone is doing Van Gough styled Tees so why not change the trend? Print out a t-shirt with bohemian Pispala photography and pair it with a divine skirt, ripped jeans or shorts! Make it super bewitching with some sneakers or shoes and BOOM! Your outfit will be not only loved by your friends but will make you charming and stylish.

Get your appealing wall art pictures and photos now!

A picture book myths

Lukunäyte means reading sample. BoD:n verkkokauppaan means Books on Demand online store. Also you can find this book from Amazon or Adlibris.

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Thought

Art, in its most natural state, provides integrative experiences which are beyond good or bad, free of criticism or expectations to succeed, to do things the right way. This is Art of Integrity.
Osku Leinonen

Osku & Masha

MO theatre creates and performs unique works that draw one's inspiration from nature, myths, dreams and moment of now; combining Butoh, physical theatre, video and visual arts.
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Please, make a contact

Osku Leinonen and Masha Salangina
+358 45 3185117
MO theatre
Artspace Pelto
Pirkankatu 1 Tampere
Finland
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