Introducing Scoop Neck Tees and Unisex Tanks — FIND OUT MORE
Currently unavailable for purchase
Moody photo from Wells, UK
Sold as a matted print on RB to a RB member – much appreciated!
blue, cat, door, entry, closed, wells, frame, ivy
MarieJo, a passionate self-taught photographer
Oh, WOW!!!!! this is so cool…love the colors and how you framed the background…..and that STONE is GORGEOUS!
thank you very much for the lovely feedback! I found this photo in my archives from last year and cropped it to the most interesting part
Lovely, MarieJo! Great capture, love the composition and this lone cat is so expressive! Hugs and love. ;o)
What I will do is make a copy of your picture and show you what I would have done. My way is NOT the only way. I tend to be very interested in abstract patterns extrapolated into realist art. (Photography, in this case, but in painting also. Uhm . . . Diebenkorn’s early California landscapes or Cezzane’s late work. I was originally a painter until someone stuck a camera in my hands. They were lucky to get away with their hand intact. They lost the camera. My last painting is on here: “Fox River c. 1904”. It was a magazine cover I did years and years ago. http://www.redbubble.com/people/renixon/art/513...)
There are quite a few ways to do any one thing: Ansel Adams and Mapplethorpe both did photography, and excelled at it. They haven’t much in common with each other except they both used a camera with black and white film.
Elvis, Marilyn Manson and Steely Dan made “rock”, but they wouldn’t ever likely be confused with each other.
The gist being; whatever I say needs to be filtered through you, accepted or rejected according to what you wish to say. I believe “art” (whatever your art is) is focused communication based on one or more of the senses. Only you can decide what you need to say.
I talk too much when I haven’t had any sleep.