Currently unavailable for purchase
Museum of Modern ArtNew York, New York
Canon Rebel XSISigma 17-70GIMP
Sold- 1 mounted print
birgitta, fine art, museum of modern art, moma, new york city, new york, black and white, texture, grunge
Mother. Photographer. Artist. Student. Teacher. Friend. Singer. Songwriter. Musician. Christian. Writer. Musician. Author. Humanitarian.Visionary.
Fascinating looking image with interesting tones and textures. Great stuff!
Glad you like it, Damienne. :) Thanks for your feedback.
– Ḃḭṙḡḭṫṫä ∞
Wonderful toning and great composition!
Thank you VP!
Love the intimacy of this shot
Thanks, Sherion. :)
Birgitta, this is deep. Like this lone soul is undergoing a personal therapy by forcing himself to contemplate the dark grey bleakness of his own mind. Think I would have come up with the same conclusion even if it weren’t for your title.Love the grunge boarder, more as a confirmation of his confusion, and the way the floorboards converge on the focus of his attention. Also dig how your sig at the bottom right blends with the grunge. That’s a classy touch.Which is kinda normal cause you ooze class.Always have.Probably always will.Even after the birds take over…xo
Awww….thanks so much for saying those thangs about me… :) (Yeah, I said thangs.) You totally nailed what I wanted to point out! The whole focal point with the floor- the boards- the perspective, etc. This guy totally has a story to tell and I bet it’s an ugly one..heheh..(looks like a Wall Street broker living on the edge…) I couldn’t help just staring at him. Thanks for your in-depth comments, BB- you know how rare that is, right?! You’re a gem. ;)
Thanks, Sylvia. :)
Love it!!!! Very moving and powerful!!! xoxo
I’m glad you like it, Laurie. Thanks for checking it out. xoxo
Great work in this image !Congratulations on your sale !
Thanks, Trish. :) Much appreciated.
love this :) xxx
Thank you, Denise. :)
what wonderful composition and muted tone. I feel like this piece really tells a story. Congratulations on the mounted print sale too!
Hey thanks, Pete. Yeah, when I walked up on this man- this is pretty much what I saw in my head. :) The sale was about a year ago, but I almost fell over when I saw that somebody had paid $157.00 for a print. (Gasp.) Talking about making your day!