“Frozen Waters” is an artistic research by Ekaterina Smirnova. The intent of this project is to explore the natural phenomena of ice and snow, which directly reflects climate change. From a single snowflake to the fully frozen Hudson river, white plains of Siberia and slowly melting glaciers, revealing the fragile beauty of nature, while noticing the human impact.
       
     
 This multi-dimensional project will be reflected in various media. "Frozen Waters" book will include photography by the artist of snow in its different appearances. The series of books will be available for public. To sign up for the waiting list, please email to k.a.smirnova@gmail.com with the subject "I'd like the Frozen Waters book".
       
     
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 Try AUGMENTED REALITY: - download a free App Blippar; - turn on the sound on your smart device; - point the camera to this image.
       
     
 Time-laps of the melting snow. Japanese snow, ultramarine pigment, paper.
       
     
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 Measuring the level of ice on Shikaribetsu Lake, Japan. Looking at snowflake structures, inspired by the work of Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley.
       
     
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  Needle ice  observed near Mount Iō (volcano) in Hokkaido, Japan.   Needle ice  is a phenomenon that occurs when the temperature of the soil is above 0 °C (32 °F) and the surface temperature of the air is below 0 °C (32 °F).  Read more in this  blog post .
       
     
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 “Frozen Waters” is an artistic research by Ekaterina Smirnova. The intent of this project is to explore the natural phenomena of ice and snow, which directly reflects climate change. From a single snowflake to the fully frozen Hudson river, white plains of Siberia and slowly melting glaciers, revealing the fragile beauty of nature, while noticing the human impact.
       
     

“Frozen Waters” is an artistic research by Ekaterina Smirnova. The intent of this project is to explore the natural phenomena of ice and snow, which directly reflects climate change. From a single snowflake to the fully frozen Hudson river, white plains of Siberia and slowly melting glaciers, revealing the fragile beauty of nature, while noticing the human impact.

 This multi-dimensional project will be reflected in various media. "Frozen Waters" book will include photography by the artist of snow in its different appearances. The series of books will be available for public. To sign up for the waiting list, please email to k.a.smirnova@gmail.com with the subject "I'd like the Frozen Waters book".
       
     

This multi-dimensional project will be reflected in various media. "Frozen Waters" book will include photography by the artist of snow in its different appearances. The series of books will be available for public. To sign up for the waiting list, please email to k.a.smirnova@gmail.com with the subject "I'd like the Frozen Waters book".

DSC02807_1.jpg
       
     
snow_research_1.jpg
       
     
 Try AUGMENTED REALITY: - download a free App Blippar; - turn on the sound on your smart device; - point the camera to this image.
       
     

Try AUGMENTED REALITY:
- download a free App Blippar;
- turn on the sound on your smart device;
- point the camera to this image.

 Time-laps of the melting snow. Japanese snow, ultramarine pigment, paper.
       
     

Time-laps of the melting snow.
Japanese snow, ultramarine pigment, paper.

snow_textures_1s.jpg
       
     
 Measuring the level of ice on Shikaribetsu Lake, Japan. Looking at snowflake structures, inspired by the work of Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley.
       
     

Measuring the level of ice on Shikaribetsu Lake, Japan.
Looking at snowflake structures, inspired by the work of Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley.

snow_research_5.jpg
       
     
frozen_airplane_window.jpg
       
     
  Needle ice  observed near Mount Iō (volcano) in Hokkaido, Japan.   Needle ice  is a phenomenon that occurs when the temperature of the soil is above 0 °C (32 °F) and the surface temperature of the air is below 0 °C (32 °F).  Read more in this  blog post .
       
     

Needle ice observed near Mount Iō (volcano) in Hokkaido, Japan.

Needle ice is a phenomenon that occurs when the temperature of the soil is above 0 °C (32 °F) and the surface temperature of the air is below 0 °C (32 °F).

Read more in this blog post.

ice_mt_io_japan_web.jpg