Portraits – Unintended Expression by Vladimir Frumin
This series reflects a person’s inner world that can be communicated without words or objects. These portraits do not capture the image the person wants to present to the world but rather leaves the viewer to interpret what is happening. Sometimes we want people to think we have more than we do. In some people, it’s the expression of their whole face or body language. In others, it’s the eyes alone – the eyes can capture and hold you tight. There is a lack of convention in some people that carries us into their world. Yet, as physically close the image is to the person, there is a distance that physical space does not cross.