Water pipes on an exterior wall, in Houston, Texas. Digitally revisited.

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art166, brick, bronze, brown, concrete, hardware, joints, pipes, surreal, metal

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Comments

  • Desirée Glanville
    Desirée Glanvilleabout 4 years ago

    Makes a fantastic geometrical abstract! I LOVE IT!!!!!

  • Thanks, Daisy! The pipes had been painted over with so many layers of dreary beige — what a thrill to give them new life!

    – Wendy J. St. Christopher

  • rocamiadesign
    rocamiadesignabout 4 years ago

    Excellent work!

  • Thank you kindly!

    – Wendy J. St. Christopher

  • Roddy Atkinson
    Roddy Atkinsonabout 4 years ago

    Very cool work, reminds me of an old game called Pipe Mania.

  • Thanks, Roddy, but I have no idea what you’re talking about, as I am much, much, much too young to remember Pipe Mania! ;-)

    – Wendy J. St. Christopher

  • RickGeorge
    RickGeorgeabout 4 years ago

    Well spotted, captured and presented…excellent p/w as well!

  • Thanks, Richard! If you’re interested, you can see the source photo here

    – Wendy J. St. Christopher

  • jillreger
    jillregerover 3 years ago

    really cool… whose the artist that paints the stairs that go nowhere and intersect … this reminds me of that… nicely done

  • Ah, that artist is M.C. Escher, on of my faves. Thanks, I’m flattered by the comparison! :-)

    – Wendy J. St. Christopher

  • billyboy
    billyboyover 3 years ago

    OK, I know this is fractal… but it’s water pipes and they’re still all connected and probably working as well as anything done by any Belgian plumber!
    Which is what I dig so much about this. While most fractal work goes way over the top, your take here is mechanically grounded and if you go for industrial piping as much as I do it’s just totally wicked to see them feeding water-tight round all those crazy angles.
    Love the tones too.
    Way cool!!

  • billyboy
    billyboyover 3 years ago

    … and yeah, it IS kind of Escher-ish:-)

  • Maria  Moro
    Maria Moroabout 3 years ago

    well done Wendy …. this looks amazing..

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