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1. Mo Devlin Alstromeria on Petal Confetti OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Alstromeria comes in many different shades and colors. Generally you see it used in bouquets to accent some of the more popular flowers like roses or daisy’s. I’m always trying to look at the same bloom in a different lightto photograph the same bloom in a different way. For this image I used a single Alstromeria bloom. For a change, I made it the center of attention and used dried flower petals to accent it with a colorful carpet. The technique worked so well that I now save all of the colored Alstromeria petals, dry them and use them to accent other projects.

2. Mo Devlin Coming Home to Roost OPEN EDITION   $475.00

In addition to the frozen flowers, I shoot lots of photos of tropical fish. In particular a fish species called Cichlid. If you’ve eaten Tilapia, you’ve eaten cichlid. There are many different species, but for the most part they can be broken down into two categories; egg layers and mouth brooders. Egg layers do just that, lay their eggs on an object in the water and hatch their fry. Mouth brooders, however, lay the eggs and immediately scoop them up into their mouth to hatch. When the fry are born they swim freely around the tank, but when it’s time for rest they swim back into the mouth of their parent where they are easily protected. The image here was really a surprise. It looks so much like fry heading back into the open mouth of their parent. For me it’s as close as I’ve come to having my two photo interests cross paths.

3. Mo Devlin Fire in Ice OPEN EDITION   $475.00

A good friend of mine, who also happens to be an avid photographer, owns a local restaurant. He was viewing some of the frozen flower photos I had created and said that he thought a couple of them would look good in the restaurant, Fire and Ice. I love a challenge, and since I generally have a preconceived notion as to the final product, I told him I would try and shoot something more appropriate to match the dcor of his establishment. The end result was a couple images for which I used Gerber Daisies for both images. This one just happened to be closer to flame red. The exaggerated ice trails are the result of a longer freezing process in a deeper dish. The overall effect, very dramatic. This particular image has won several Best in Show’s in various photo contests . . . one of my favorites.

4. Mo Devlin Ice Bouquet OPEN EDITION   $475.00

As you might imagine, I buy lots of flowers. My wife always ask when she sees me coming in the door, are they for me or the freezer. There’s only so much room in the freezer and sometimes the flowers upstairs, my wife’s flowers, get a longer than planned stay. That was the case here. I looked at the vase and saw that the flowers had passed their peak and were starting to wilt. Not wanting to waste them, I took them down and simply used the same arrangement in a shallow container. This time I filled only deep enough to cover half the blooms and capture them in the ice. The resulting mix of Baby’s Breath, Alstromeria and daisy was very appealing.

5. Mo Devlin Kiss Me OPEN EDITION   $195.00

In the spirit of the holidays, I thought I would concentrate on trying to utilize the most common seasonal flowers, the chrysanthemum. I know from past experience that certain plants just don’t freeze well. Blooms that are typically high in sugar or sap, in particular, are touch and go. As the water cools heading toward frozen, it condenses and squeezes the organic material. Along with the air being exuded, the heavy sap content of the plant is also introduced into the water. The resulting frozen puck left literally only the tips of the plant in clear ice. The tips of these two petals just lined up well enough to look like lips with red lipstick.

6. Mo Devlin Lemon Wheels on Babys Breath OPEN EDITION   $475.00

This was another experiment with fruit with unexpected results. I arranged the fruit in rows of lemons in a long flat container and covered it with only a couple inches of water. My intent was to only freeze the fruit to see if I could capture some close ups of the fruits texture and color. The Babys Breath is always around my studio, and I thought, what the heck, and tossed it in with the lemon wheels. I think the accent actually makes the photo.

7. Mo Devlin Purple Streams OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Many times when I photograph a large block of ice, I will take a variety of shots that include the complete block and then some close ups. This is actually a single bloom of Delphinium shot at the same time I photographed the image Thin Slice of Purple. And as you might imagine, every block of ice has a top and bottom. This is a macro shot of a single bloom on the bottom of the ice block. The same flower on the other side was half frozen. This bloom was completely covered in ice. The way the ice trailers formed gave the impression of something fluid flowing across the surface. In this case both elements, water and air, were uniquely combined in a way that only gave the impression of movement and not as they would in their natural state.

8. Mo Devlin Rose with Purple Highlights OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Shortly after producing one of the frozen flower bouquets I got a message from my sister Kathy saying, “I like all of your photos, but the ones of the complete bouquets are my favorite,” and feedback from my family always carry’s a little more sway. I bought a couple dozen roses and tried several bouquet compositions. For this one, I did a partial freeze to capture some of the Baby’s Breath in the ice, and then froze the remainder to cover half of the white rose bloom. I’ve tried this technique many times since then. The results are always mixed, but the one thing that remains the same is that I always think of my sister when I capture a complete bouquet.

9. Mo Devlin Stuffed Pepper OPEN EDITION   $475.00

I had been experimenting with adding some small items, mostly flowers and seed pods, to my photos. Coincidentally, my mom called and asked me to come for dinner. We were in the middle of talking about some of her favorite colors and flowers when I noticed that dinner was, in fact, stuffed peppers. Needless to say, the idea popped into my head. The challenge with photographing the pepper was stuffing it from behind. Thankfully being able to look through the bottom of the glass container allowed me some control over the flower composition. I was very pleased with end result and continue to try composition with other fruits and vegetables.

10. Mo Devlin Sunshine Explosion OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Freeze! The arresting Frozen Flowers of Mo Devlin are an overnight success decades in the making. These photographs bend on its ear the notion that “set in ice” means stiff and rigid. It is the ice itself, or more accurately the process through which the ice forms, that adds such fluidity and motion to Devlin’s brilliant compositions.

The intense sense of spontaneity Devlin captures is the result of a very deliberate process. These images are not simply stumbled upon, but meticulously created. Over the course of decades, Devlin perfected the art of photographing fish in their aquatic environment. Mastering the dynamic of how light travels through water was only the first of many steps in the Frozen Flower process.

Freezing his “models” is the most important part of the process. When tap water is frozen the impurities show themselves as clouded white ice. Devlin experimented and continues to perfect his ability to control the outcome of how the ice forms and captures the subject.

Sometimes the bloom itself can be the source of impurity. Any substance, natural or added to the plant may cause large areas of clouded ice. Blooms with high sap or sugar content or flowers purchased that have been given a preservative, pose the biggest challenge.

One thing that occurs and is cultivated through his photos is the appearance of “ice trailers”. These are simply bubble that have been squeezed out of the organic material then stretched as the freezing process continued. The science behind their formation is amazing.

Flowers add to any room a feeling of beauty and grace. They are delicate beings, alive with sensuality. Mo Devlin’s Frozen Flowers capture all that and more. The ice adds a “look-again” dimension to this gorgeous photography that draws us in and fires our imagination.

11. Mo Devlin Tea Rose OPEN EDITION   $475.00

This tiny bloom was a little over three quarter of an inch in length. I freeze in all different sized and shaped containers using everything from Pyrex to plastic to stainless steel. Each one gives a different effect. In general, the larger the container the bigger the ice trails. This particular bloom was frozen in only a couple ounces of water, freezing it very quickly. The ice trails were short and very clear. The small piece of ice allowed me to use a lot of light to capture some dramatic trails coming from the bloom.

12. Mo Devlin Thin Slice of Purple OPEN EDITION   $475.00

A good friend of mine, who also happens to be an avid photographer, owns a local restaurant. He was viewing some of the frozen flower photos I had created and said that he thought a couple of them would look good in the restaurant, Fire and Ice. I love a challenge, and since I generally have a preconceived notion as to the final product, I told him I would try and shoot something more appropriate to match the dcor of his establishment. The end result was a couple images for which I used Gerber Daisies for both images. This one just happened to be closer to flame red. The exaggerated ice trails are the result of a longer freezing process in a deeper dish. The overall effect, very dramatic. This particular image has won several Best in Show’s in various photo contests . . . one of my favorites.

13. Mo Devlin Twin Roses OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Roses are one of my all-time favorite flower “models.” They ended up being the perfect flower to freeze. One of the challenges with freezing the flowers is getting clear ice. Any impurities in the water will end up clouding the ice. This goes with whatever liquid is inside the flower and stem as well. Typically flowers sold in a store have added preservatives to make the blooms look nice for an extended period of time. Great for the vase, bad for the ice. The flowers on sale were at a bargain price with little preservatives. I wanted to select a single rose for the photo and was basing my decision on the condition of the flower. I couldn’t decide between the two because they looked so similar . . . so I used both and titled it Twin Roses.

14. Mo Devlin Fire in Ice OPEN EDITION   $145.00

A good friend of mine, who also happens to be an avid photographer, owns a local restaurant. He was viewing some of the frozen flower photos I had created and said that he thought a couple of them would look good in the restaurant, Fire and Ice. I love a challenge, and since I generally have a preconceived notion as to the final product, I told him I would try and shoot something more appropriate to match the d�cor of his establishment. The end result was a couple images for which I used Gerber Daisies for both images. This one just happened to be closer to flame red. The exaggerated ice trails are the result of a longer freezing process in a deeper dish. The overall effect, very dramatic. This particular image has won several Best in Show’s in various photo contests . . . one of my favorites.

15. Mo Devlin Fire in Ice OPEN EDITION   $195.00

A good friend of mine, who also happens to be an avid photographer, owns a local restaurant. He was viewing some of the frozen flower photos I had created and said that he thought a couple of them would look good in the restaurant, Fire and Ice. I love a challenge, and since I generally have a preconceived notion as to the final product, I told him I would try and shoot something more appropriate to match the d�cor of his establishment. The end result was a couple images for which I used Gerber Daisies for both images. This one just happened to be closer to flame red. The exaggerated ice trails are the result of a longer freezing process in a deeper dish. The overall effect, very dramatic. This particular image has won several Best in Show’s in various photo contests . . . one of my favorites.

16. Mo Devlin Rose with Purple Highlights OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Shortly after producing one of the frozen flower bouquets I got a message from my sister Kathy saying, “I like all of your photos, but the ones of the complete bouquets are my favorite,” and feedback from my family always carry’s a little more sway. I bought a couple dozen roses and tried several bouquet compositions. For this one, I did a partial freeze to capture some of the Baby’s Breath in the ice, and then froze the remainder to cover half of the white rose bloom. I’ve tried this technique many times since then. The results are always mixed, but the one thing that remains the same is that I always think of my sister when I capture a complete bouquet.

17. Mo Devlin Rose with Purple Highlights OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Shortly after producing one of the frozen flower bouquets I got a message from my sister Kathy saying, “I like all of your photos, but the ones of the complete bouquets are my favorite,” and feedback from my family always carry’s a little more sway. I bought a couple dozen roses and tried several bouquet compositions. For this one, I did a partial freeze to capture some of the Baby’s Breath in the ice, and then froze the remainder to cover half of the white rose bloom. I’ve tried this technique many times since then. The results are always mixed, but the one thing that remains the same is that I always think of my sister when I capture a complete bouquet.

18. Mo Devlin Kiss Me OPEN EDITION   $145.00

In the spirit of the holidays, I thought I would concentrate on trying to utilize the most common seasonal flowers, the chrysanthemum. I know from past experience that certain plants just don’t freeze well. Blooms that are typically high in sugar or sap, in particular, are touch and go. As the water cools heading toward frozen, it condenses and squeezes the organic material. Along with the air being exuded, the heavy sap content of the plant is also introduced into the water. The resulting frozen puck left literally only the tips of the plant in clear ice. The tips of these two petals just lined up well enough to look like lips with red lipstick.

19. Mo Devlin Kiss Me OPEN EDITION   $475.00

In the spirit of the holidays, I thought I would concentrate on trying to utilize the most common seasonal flowers, the chrysanthemum. I know from past experience that certain plants just don’t freeze well. Blooms that are typically high in sugar or sap, in particular, are touch and go. As the water cools heading toward frozen, it condenses and squeezes the organic material. Along with the air being exuded, the heavy sap content of the plant is also introduced into the water. The resulting frozen puck left literally only the tips of the plant in clear ice. The tips of these two petals just lined up well enough to look like lips with red lipstick.

20. Mo Devlin Ice Bouquet OPEN EDITION   $145.00

As you might imagine, I buy lots of flowers. My wife always ask when she sees me coming in the door, are they for me or the freezer. There’s only so much room in the freezer and sometimes the flowers upstairs, my wife’s flowers, get a longer than planned stay. That was the case here. I looked at the vase and saw that the flowers had passed their peak and were starting to wilt. Not wanting to waste them, I took them down and simply used the same arrangement in a shallow container. This time I filled only deep enough to cover half the blooms and capture them in the ice. The resulting mix of Baby’s Breath, Alstromeria and daisy was very appealing.

21. Mo Devlin Ice Bouquet OPEN EDITION   $195.00

As you might imagine, I buy lots of flowers. My wife always ask when she sees me coming in the door, are they for me or the freezer. There’s only so much room in the freezer and sometimes the flowers upstairs, my wife’s flowers, get a longer than planned stay. That was the case here. I looked at the vase and saw that the flowers had passed their peak and were starting to wilt. Not wanting to waste them, I took them down and simply used the same arrangement in a shallow container. This time I filled only deep enough to cover half the blooms and capture them in the ice. The resulting mix of Baby’s Breath, Alstromeria and daisy was very appealing.

22. Mo Devlin Stuffed Pepper OPEN EDITION   $145.00

I had been experimenting with adding some small items, mostly flowers and seed pods, to my photos. Coincidentally, my mom called and asked me to come for dinner. We were in the middle of talking about some of her favorite colors and flowers when I noticed that dinner was, in fact, stuffed peppers. Needless to say, the idea popped into my head. The challenge with photographing the pepper was stuffing it from behind. Thankfully being able to look through the bottom of the glass container allowed me some control over the flower composition. I was very pleased with end result and continue to try composition with other fruits and vegetables.

23. Mo Devlin Stuffed Pepper OPEN EDITION   $195.00

I had been experimenting with adding some small items, mostly flowers and seed pods, to my photos. Coincidentally, my mom called and asked me to come for dinner. We were in the middle of talking about some of her favorite colors and flowers when I noticed that dinner was, in fact, stuffed peppers. Needless to say, the idea popped into my head. The challenge with photographing the pepper was stuffing it from behind. Thankfully being able to look through the bottom of the glass container allowed me some control over the flower composition. I was very pleased with end result and continue to try composition with other fruits and vegetables.

24. Mo Devlin Twin Roses OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Roses are one of my all-time favorite flower “models.” They ended up being the perfect flower to freeze. One of the challenges with freezing the flowers is getting clear ice. Any impurities in the water will end up clouding the ice. This goes with whatever liquid is inside the flower and stem as well. Typically flowers sold in a store have added preservatives to make the blooms look nice for an extended period of time. Great for the vase, bad for the ice. The flowers on sale were at a bargain price with little preservatives. I wanted to select a single rose for the photo and was basing my decision on the condition of the flower. I couldn’t decide between the two because they looked so similar . . . so I used both and titled it Twin Roses.

25. Mo Devlin Twin Roses OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Roses are one of my all-time favorite flower “models.” They ended up being the perfect flower to freeze. One of the challenges with freezing the flowers is getting clear ice. Any impurities in the water will end up clouding the ice. This goes with whatever liquid is inside the flower and stem as well. Typically flowers sold in a store have added preservatives to make the blooms look nice for an extended period of time. Great for the vase, bad for the ice. The flowers on sale were at a bargain price with little preservatives. I wanted to select a single rose for the photo and was basing my decision on the condition of the flower. I couldn’t decide between the two because they looked so similar . . . so I used both and titled it Twin Roses.

26. Mo Devlin Coming Home to Roost OPEN EDITION   $145.00

In addition to the frozen flowers, I shoot lots of photos of tropical fish. In particular a fish species called Cichlid. If you’ve eaten Tilapia, you’ve eaten cichlid. There are many different species, but for the most part they can be broken down into two categories; egg layers and mouth brooders. Egg layers do just that, lay their eggs on an object in the water and hatch their fry. Mouth brooders, however, lay the eggs and immediately scoop them up into their mouth to hatch. When the fry are born they swim freely around the tank, but when it’s time for rest they swim back into the mouth of their parent where they are easily protected. The image here was really a surprise. It looks so much like fry heading back into the open mouth of their parent. For me it’s as close as I’ve come to having my two photo interests cross paths.

27. Mo Devlin Coming Home to Roost OPEN EDITION   $195.00

In addition to the frozen flowers, I shoot lots of photos of tropical fish. In particular a fish species called Cichlid. If you’ve eaten Tilapia, you’ve eaten cichlid. There are many different species, but for the most part they can be broken down into two categories; egg layers and mouth brooders. Egg layers do just that, lay their eggs on an object in the water and hatch their fry. Mouth brooders, however, lay the eggs and immediately scoop them up into their mouth to hatch. When the fry are born they swim freely around the tank, but when it’s time for rest they swim back into the mouth of their parent where they are easily protected. The image here was really a surprise. It looks so much like fry heading back into the open mouth of their parent. For me it’s as close as I’ve come to having my two photo interests cross paths.

28. Mo Devlin Alstromeria on Petal Confetti OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Alstromeria comes in many different shades and colors. Generally you see it used in bouquets to accent some of the more popular flowers like roses or daisy’s. I’m always trying to look at the same bloom in a different light�to photograph the same bloom in a different way. For this image I used a single Alstromeria bloom. For a change, I made it the center of attention and used dried flower petals to accent it with a colorful carpet. The technique worked so well that I now save all of the colored Alstromeria petals, dry them and use them to accent other projects.

29. Mo Devlin Alstromeria on Petal Confetti OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Alstromeria comes in many different shades and colors. Generally you see it used in bouquets to accent some of the more popular flowers like roses or daisy’s. I’m always trying to look at the same bloom in a different light�to photograph the same bloom in a different way. For this image I used a single Alstromeria bloom. For a change, I made it the center of attention and used dried flower petals to accent it with a colorful carpet. The technique worked so well that I now save all of the colored Alstromeria petals, dry them and use them to accent other projects.

30. Mo Devlin Purple Streams OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Many times when I photograph a large block of ice, I will take a variety of shots that include the complete block and then some close ups. This is actually a single bloom of Delphinium shot at the same time I photographed the image Thin Slice of Purple. And as you might imagine, every block of ice has a top and bottom. This is a macro shot of a single bloom on the bottom of the ice block. The same flower on the other side was half frozen. This bloom was completely covered in ice. The way the ice trailers formed gave the impression of something fluid flowing across the surface. In this case both elements, water and air, were uniquely combined in a way that only gave the impression of movement and not as they would in their natural state.

31. Mo Devlin Purple Streams OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Many times when I photograph a large block of ice, I will take a variety of shots that include the complete block and then some close ups. This is actually a single bloom of Delphinium shot at the same time I photographed the image Thin Slice of Purple. And as you might imagine, every block of ice has a top and bottom. This is a macro shot of a single bloom on the bottom of the ice block. The same flower on the other side was half frozen. This bloom was completely covered in ice. The way the ice trailers formed gave the impression of something fluid flowing across the surface. In this case both elements, water and air, were uniquely combined in a way that only gave the impression of movement and not as they would in their natural state.

32. Mo Devlin Tea Rose OPEN EDITION   $195.00

This tiny bloom was a little over three quarter of an inch in length. I freeze in all different sized and shaped containers using everything from Pyrex to plastic to stainless steel. Each one gives a different effect. In general, the larger the container the bigger the ice trails. This particular bloom was frozen in only a couple ounces of water, freezing it very quickly. The ice trails were short and very clear. The small piece of ice allowed me to use a lot of light to capture some dramatic trails coming from the bloom.

33. Mo Devlin Cracked Amber Open Edition   $145.00

Cracked Amber Open Edition

34. Mo Devlin Cracked Amber Open Edition   $195.00

Cracked Amber Open Edition

35. Mo Devlin Cracked Amber Open Edition   $475.00

Cracked Amber Open Edition

36. Mo Devlin Rose Bud Open Edition   $145.00

Rose Bud Open Edition

37. Mo Devlin Rose Bud Open Edition   $195.00

Rose Bud Open Edition

38. Mo Devlin Rose Bud Open Edition   $475.00

Rose Bud Open Edition

39. Mo Devlin Radiant Pink OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Radiant Pink OPEN EDITION

40. Mo Devlin Radiant Pink OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Radiant Pink OPEN EDITION

41. Mo Devlin Radiant Pink OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Radiant Pink OPEN EDITION

42. Mo Devlin Mist on Maroon OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Mist on Maroon OPEN EDITION

43. Mo Devlin Mist on Maroon OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Mist on Maroon OPEN EDITION

44. Mo Devlin Mist on Maroon OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Mist on Maroon OPEN EDITION

45. Mo Devlin Devilish Red Open Edition   $145.00

Devilish Red Open Edition

46. Mo Devlin Devilish Red Open Edition   $195.00

Devilish Red Open Edition

47. Mo Devlin Devilish Red Open Edition   $475.00

Devilish Red Open Edition

48. Mo Devlin Lemons and Oranges Open Edition   $145.00

Lemons and Oranges Open Edition

49. Mo Devlin Lemons and Oranges Open Edition   $195.00

Lemons and Oranges Open Edition

50. Mo Devlin Lemons and Oranges Open Edition   $475.00

Lemons and Oranges Open Edition

51. Mo Devlin Frozen Days OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Frozen Days OPEN EDITION

52. Mo Devlin Frozen Days OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Frozen Days OPEN EDITION

53. Mo Devlin Frozen Days OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Frozen Days OPEN EDITION

54. Mo Devlin Petals on Pepper OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Petals on Pepper OPEN EDITION

55. Mo Devlin Petals on Pepper OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Petals on Pepper OPEN EDITION

56. Mo Devlin Petals on Pepper OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Petals on Pepper OPEN EDITION

57. Mo Devlin Pink Sparks OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Pink Sparks OPEN EDITION

58. Mo Devlin Pink Sparks OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Pink Sparks OPEN EDITION

59. Mo Devlin Pink Sparks OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Pink Sparks OPEN EDITION

60. Mo Devlin Fireworks OPEN EDITION   $145.00

Fireworks OPEN EDITION

61. Mo Devlin Fireworks OPEN EDITION   $195.00

Fireworks OPEN EDITION

62. Mo Devlin Fireworks OPEN EDITION   $475.00

Fireworks OPEN EDITION