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April 1-29, 2021

Zabar Project Gallery

The Studios of Key West

sponsored by Kimpton Key West


The dancers in Kyla Piscopink’s stunning photographs inhabit an ethereal underwater dream world, offering both an escape from the day to day, and a deep connection to nature, the human form, imagination, and profound spiritual forces.


Artist Statement

A Pisces with sun, moon, and mercury in the same sign, I’m guided by my intuition and follow wherever it leads. My intuition tells me to explore movement in expansive and free-flowing ways, and so that’s what I do.


Raised on a woodsy lake just outside the gate of the largest Spiritualist community in the world, I’ve grown up believing in infinite intelligence, and the healing power of energy, nature, & dreams. I'm deeply influenced by my environment, and I almost always happen to be near a body of water. Living in Key West, the sea surrounds me and fuels my creativity. 


I’m continually in awe of the human body -  what it can do and what it can’t, how it relates to water, and all that it represents in life. This medium allows me to delve deeper into what it means to inhabit the physical form. From the vulnerability of being underwater, a place where humans can’t breathe, to the freedom of floating in its weightlessness, I find the experience of being submerged to be both humbling and magical. For me, underwater photography fills an ethereal void when the “real” world becomes too heavy.

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