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Shine Down by AsEyeSee

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“The light by which we see in this world comes out from the soul of the observer. Wherever any noble sentiment dwelt, it made the faces and houses around to shine. Nay, the powers of this busy brain are miraculous and illimitable.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882), U.S. essayist, poet, philosopher. “Success,” Society and Solitude (1870).

August 2011 Juried Invitational Exhibition

Join me at the Juried Invitational Exhibition…

Firewater is an Acrylic on Canvas Painting by Kathie Nichols.

Kathie translated from my macro photographic image, Shine Down for the Sojie12 Workshop and Exhibit. Her painting is the transformation of my photograph into her interpretation of an illusion of the waterfall in Yosemite Park, California, USA with the rays of light at sunset reflecting in the water giving the appearance of the water being fire.

As I told Kathie when she offered to paint Shine Down, I was silly with excitement. After all, she is one of my original RB inspirations from more than 2 years ago. It was her Abstract Macro Photographs that ignited a new, creative passion within me. And look where we are today! I couldn’t be more honored!!

F.A. Moore replied:
“Absolutely great that you have come full circle with Kathie, your inspiration for your current track of Macro Photography, to where she is now inspired by YOU to paint!!! What a great story!”

Shine Down was selected as a Featured Work by the groups Solo Exhibition in August 2011, and by Abstract Macro Urban Art in October 2009.

Photography in Arizona by JD Brummer for As Eye See Photography.

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aseyesee, jd brummer, shine down, abstract, light, rust, urban, macro, arizona, manmade, sojie, metallic, favorite, southwest, group, exhibition

Evoking emotions with her photographic interpretations of everyday objects is why JD Brummer’s abstract artistry has been exhibited in prestigious Art Galleries, juried Shows, winning Awards, & published in International Magazines, as well as Photographer’s Forum’s Annual Collection of The Best of Photography 2010 & 2011. Feel inspired & intellectually challenged while experiencing a whole new enigmatic world of beauty through JD Brummer’s As Eye See Photography

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Comments

  • Barbara Manis
    Barbara Manisalmost 5 years ago

    Very cool, great capture!

  • Thank you, Barbara.

    – AsEyeSee

  • Bruce Miller
    Bruce Milleralmost 5 years ago

    I love this. Quite an intense abstract.

  • Thank you, Bruce. I appreciate the comment!

    – AsEyeSee

  • Linda Gregory
    Linda Gregoryalmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful abstract, Jamie.

  • Thank you, Linda.

    – AsEyeSee

  • rmanruss
    rmanrussalmost 5 years ago

    Great shot!

  • Thank you for that comment!

    – AsEyeSee

  • Terence Russell
    Terence Russellalmost 5 years ago

    It always amazes me at the places people see beauty where the rest of us see nothing of interest. Just today I saw someone photographing a wall. I was able to see her interest right away, but had walked past that very spot so many times before without noticing the nice textures and light play on that very wall!

  • At least you could see what interested her. You should see the looks that I get from people, because they just can’t “imagine” what I’m looking at or photographing. It can be pretty interesting at times.

    – AsEyeSee

  • Kathie Nichols
    Kathie Nicholsalmost 5 years ago

    A wonderful find and so beautiful……wow!!!!!!!!!!

  • Thank you so much, Kathie!

    – AsEyeSee

  • Trish Woodford
    Trish Woodfordalmost 5 years ago

    Great abstract piece, very well spotted :)

  • Thanks, Trish!

    – AsEyeSee

  • Erika Gouws
    Erika Gouwsalmost 5 years ago

    Stunning!

  • I appreciate that, Erika.

    – AsEyeSee

  • Antanas
    Antanasalmost 5 years ago

    so lovely work……

  • Thank you very much!

    – AsEyeSee

  • armadillozenith
    armadillozenithover 4 years ago

    I see the form of an ‘N’ echoed there and it looks to be getting icy, so I like this one for November!

  • Thank you for commenting.

    – AsEyeSee

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