I like the piece but if I were to suggest something it would be to let us feel the wind around the lady...debris, turbulence ?? Also the base of funnel somehow looks ...off balance? Thanks for sharing a work in progress.
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"Thank you, Kristen, for your remarks. The series that "Five Trees, Seven Houses" is a part of were an exploration of the changing landscape. The "intrusion" of the manmade into the verdant forest; the clustering of iconic…"
Five Trees, Seven Houses is a small jewel of a piece. The smooth perfection of the celadon ‘ground’ looks iridescent in its polished surface. The subtle articulation of color in the…"
"It will take me a while (a long while) to take in this photograph and digest its impact. I have been a photographer and understand the craft of the thing. I very much like Rothko and the simplicity(others have written "blandness")…"
I know in my own work that chance and serendipity play a good part. I never cease to explore the marks tools make and what reactions (chemical and visual) my materials have with one another. You have a good eye for that, it seems. I…"
Most, if not all of my work, is landscape oriented. And living now in Arizona it reflects much of the structure and colors of the southwest. I am exploring the southwest landscape but within a different perspective. "Six" reflects…"
I would agree with Eric in that you would strengthen your presentation with some tighter focus on subject matter. It will also assist in working out techniques that you wish to develop. The piece "Fishmakeup" appeals to me but…"
"One of the questions I always ask myself during the making process is 'Why?'. Why that color, why that form, etc. If I can't answer that question for myself honestly, I become suspect of the work. That's not to say that…"
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