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My Body is the Earth, photography by Sarah Bloom
2/365 Sarah R. Bloom 365 Days : Daily Self Portrait Project
3/365 Sarah R. Bloom 365 Days : Daily Self Portrait Project
4/365 Sarah R. Bloom 365 Days : Daily Self Portrait Project
5/365 Sarah R. Bloom 365 Days : Daily Self Portrait Project
It Feels Like a Lifetime, photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
A Measured Life, photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
Iron Age - photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
Overwrought, photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
Burden of Proof, photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
Livelihood - photograph by Sarah R. Bloom

I have been taking self-portraits as my primary form of artistic expression since 2006, when in August of that year I began the challenge of taking a self-portrait every day for one full year. I succeeded and had so many ideas left to explore, I kept going for a second year until August 2008. Between 2008-2012 I did a few weekly projects, a daily anything photo project, and continued my work in abandoned buildings.

In January 2012 I embarked on another year-long daily SP challenge, with a personal goal to get out of my comfort zone (for me it was getting over the fear taking self-portraits outside where people were around). After successfully completing a full year, I went into 2013 with the challenge of staying to a theme. I did a new theme for 2014 and my third themed set in 2015.  In 2016 I am on my 4th theme, my 7th 365 project, and the focus is on feminism. (the Flickr sets for all of these are hyper-linked in the text).

This gallery contains a sampling since 2012.

 

 

1/365 Sarah R. Bloom 365 Days : Daily Self Portrait Project

I have been taking self-portraits as my primary form of artistic expression since 2006. The exploration of identity as a woman entering middle age has emerged as a persistent theme in my work. Akin to the stages of grief, I face the idea of aging at first with dread, then resistance, and ultimately acceptance. In my experience, these stages are non-linear.

I have been creating an ongoing series of self-portraits in abandoned buildings since 2007, exploring these concepts in depth.

I have been taking self-portraits as my primary form of artistic expression since 2006. The exploration of identity as a woman entering middle age has emerged as a persistent theme in my work. Akin to the stages of grief, I face the idea of aging at first with dread, then resistance, and ultimately acceptance. In my experience, these stages are non-linear.

 

I have been creating an ongoing series of self-portraits in abandoned buildings since 2007, exploring these concepts in depth.

- See more at: http://sarahrbloom.com/work/self-portraits#sthash.eJelokEO.dpuf

I have been taking self-portraits as my primary form of artistic expression since 2006. The exploration of identity as a woman entering middle age has emerged as a persistent theme in my work. Akin to the stages of grief, I face the idea of aging at first with dread, then resistance, and ultimately acceptance. In my experience, these stages are non-linear.

 

I have been creating an ongoing series of self-portraits in abandoned buildings since 2007, exploring these concepts in depth.

- See more at: http://sarahrbloom.com/work/self-portraits#sthash.eJelokEO.dpuf

Form Follows Function - photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
What a Drag it is Getting Old, photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
"A heart just can't contain all of that empty space", photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
Unravelling, photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
The Sky is Falling, photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
Single-celled Organisms, photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
Rust Never Sleeps - photograph by Sarah R. Bloom
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