Tuesday, February 22, 2011

sometimes the sun

steps in
and turns painter's drop cloths into works of art


26 comments:

Malyss said...

Sometimes , a photographer steps in , and makes a piece of art from a daily life simple scene...

Doug Hickok said...

I love these texture images and the way you've captured the sunlight. They have a wonderful abstract quality.

Cezar and Léia said...

you got the difference, your art is outstanding!
Ahh the sun...so wonderful feeling in a sunny day!
Léia :)

Sunny said...

You have a great eye! These images remind me of vintage wedding gowns.
☼ Sunny

Honest Abe Lincoln said...

Those would be interesting to try and draw or paint.

In reply to your question about Rebecca being an artist I gave you this reply under your comment...

No, I was teaching a commercial art class at the JVS and she wanted to take it but I told her I had struggled to make a living as an artist all my life and I would prefer if she took Data Processing. Which she did. I told her she could do that job and the art at home in her spare time. Something like I did. Anyway, she went on to Data Processing and was the number 2 person in the Treasurer's Office and she could have been the treasurer for the 26 district school system but didn't want it. So she worked 30 years and is retired and she is only 48 now. She has a new studio built in one room of her home and spends a lot of time in their doing artwork of all kinds and even sells some of it.

Arija said...

Yes, it is purely a matter of light.

Sharon said...

Ah yes, wonderful textures here.

Kate said...

Isn't it grand to find something of value in ordinary objects? All we need to do is open our eyes, minds, and hearts!! You do that very well.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Hmmm...are you sure those aren't photos of my sheets?

Light is all!

VP said...

Minimalist masterpieces of light and shadow!

Birdman said...

Oh, you are so right. Art is everywhere and many times it lurks amongst us.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

I agree completely with Malyss -- barbara

cieldequimper said...

Did the artist encounter a ghost?

Amin said...

Hello!
Wonderful post!
I liked this post very much!
Can I say this post is a blog art?

Amin said...

I do not know the English very well.

MaCoBra said...

nice arty shots.. .:)

Library Jewel said...

I love the light and shadows. It makes me think of how great sculptors carve the folds of fabric.

Sharon Creech said...

What Birdman said . . .exactly.

Randy said...

I agree with Malyss. These are lovely!

Bob Crowe said...

Not entirely. It took a photographer to interpret it.

magiceye said...

beautifully composed and shot!

Carraol said...

Beautiful textures, shadows and light!

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting shots. You have a good eye (as 'they' say). MB

JM said...

Beautiful images, very artistic!

Virginia said...

Ane the artist captures that moment. Gorgeous.
V

slim said...

I like the tones and textures - - a simply gorgeous post in every aspect. You have taken your seeing and photography to a new level.